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1. Gamecock
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2. Field & Stream
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3. Outdoor Life
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4. In-Fisherman
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5. Shotgun News
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6. Guns & Ammo
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7. Sporting News
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8. Saltwater Sportsman
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9. Sport Fishing
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10. Florida Sportsman
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11. Fly Rod & Reel Magazine
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12. Grit And Steel
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13. Marlin
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14. Turkey & Turkey Hunting
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15. Shotgun Sports Magazine
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18. Bass & Walleye Boats
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19. Northwest Fly Fishing
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20. Fly Fishing In Salt Waters

1. Gamecock
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Asin: B00007LNAB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Gamecock
Sales Rank: 1060
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2. Field & Stream
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Asin: B00005N7Q5
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Time4Media
Sales Rank: 140
Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Without My Permission
I ordered a gift subscription for my son for Christmas two years ago. I used my credit card. I have now found that Field and Stream Magazine renewed that subscription on my card without my permission. Because I was using my card for other purchases, their unauthorized use placed my card over the limit resulting in an additional fee. I warn everyone to beware of their unethical practices if your giving them access to your credit card.

1-0 out of 5 stars Field & Stream Fraud
We ordered a gift subscription to Field & Stream and they (Field & Stream, not Amazon) fraudelently deducted $99.70 from our checking account instead of the $9.70 written on the check. Upon calling customer service (and being put on hold for 10 full minutes) I was told flatly that a refund check would be arriving in 3-4 weeks. No explanation, apology or reparation was offered. Good thing they don't process my mortgage payment. In addition, they confused the subscriber/giver addresses and never followed through with sending us the "handsome card you can you can send to announce your gift." I recommend avoiding Field & Stream, or at the very least, ordering your subscription through Amazon rather than from the company.

2-0 out of 5 stars Yuppified by the minute, yet stupider by the second
You would think that as the history of Field and Stream progresses and the editors and writers become high class city folk they would at least go to a college and learn to write intellegently. This magazine is full of nothing but opinions (not that i disagree with them, i just wished they sounded smart when voicing their thoughts). These writers have no background in wildlife management, yet give advice like they do. And if they do have a management background, I am glad i'm not getting my Wildlife Resource degree there. Field and Stream has became another tool of arguement. Readers yelling at writters and writters responding with cussing (no joke). The only joke here is field and Stream. Teaches nothing. Says nothing. Costs a lot. ... Read more


3. Outdoor Life
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Asin: B0007CGSH0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Time4Media
Sales Rank: 595
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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For the outdoor sportsman with articles on hunting, fishing, boating, camping, archery, trap & skeet, conservation, dogs, photography, apparel and equipment.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent outdoor magazine
I have been reading this magazine for a number of years.It is a classic hunting and fishing magazine with interesting articles that are filled with useful information.Patrick McManus's "Last Laugh" is alone easily worth the cover price.If you haven't read Pat, you need to.

3-0 out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars. One reason to subscribe "Patrick McManus"
If you've never heard of Pat, you are really missing out. He has a host of books which are a refinement of his past humor articles. (He used to write for "Field & Stream" and now writes for Outdoor Life.)If you can't wait for him to publish his stories in book form, subscribe to this magazine. Otherwise the rest of the magazine's stories while interesting get repetative. How many stories of "the buck walked through the woods like crackling thunder" can you take. I suppose if you are a hunter, and all the ones I know tell these tales, you'll never get tired of reading about others great hunting trips. ... Read more


4. In-Fisherman
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Asin: B00005N7T4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 242
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Provides information on freshwater fishing.
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5-0 out of 5 stars In-Formation Galore
In-Fisherman is the most informative fishing magazine out on the market. It contains many indepth articles on a broad range of species. This magazine has helped me develop my fishing techniques and broaden my knowledge on many subjects. I definately recommend In-Fisherman for the experienced and beginner fishermen who wish to increase their knowledge on fishing.

3-0 out of 5 stars Is there enough content?
Can't say I've read this magazine, but, I picked one up as a gift for a family member, and, was quite surpised as to how thin the magazine is. Is there enough articles in there? Do the articles have enough content? I admit that the typical "thicker" magazine has a lot of advertising, hence the thickness, but, I'm willing to bet, there is just as much advertising in the thin In-Fisherman magazine. I guess I won't worry too much...I'm not the one that will be trying to get something out of it, besides the purpose of a "gift" for Christmas. It was on the wish list, so I guess I must. ... Read more


5. Shotgun News
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Asin: B00005N7XW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Special Interest
Sales Rank: 1278
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Provides information on new products, the latest industry news, legislative activities & articles of interest for the avid collector of firearms.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Neal Knox and Fred...
This magazine is great for finding stuff that your local Wal-Mart does not stock. ....Not to mention the fact that I would buy this magazine if it had nothing but the Neal Knox Report, and Fred's M14 column.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!
SGN is great. It is always fun to see the great deals they have on firearms in there.Its like a big gun newspaper

4-0 out of 5 stars always interesting to see what surplus is there
I haven't read this in several years, but it was always fun to get in the mail and see what surplus was hitting the market or otherwise what the market was doing. Firearms politics makes the market go up and down and tracking it was made easier with SGN. ... Read more


6. Guns & Ammo
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Asin: B00005N7QM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 292
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars great magazine
A great magazine for any one interested in the shooting sports. It has articles for the experienced and novice alike. Basically a great all around magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars good contenet
This is a great magazine.The editors work hard to keep up with the latest developments. The editors also keep reaching out to the novice as well. So the experienced and novice will find this magazine helpful.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but there's only so much you can say
When I was a regular shooter I found G&A interesting, but after a few years you notice there's only so much news out there. Maybe a few articles after the annual shows, and once every few years something new like the .17 rimfire comes along.

But after a few years you notice the same articles start showing up with depressing regularity. How many times can you read "30-06 or .308- which is better?" or "Is the .30-30 obsolete?" or (and this is the worst) "Stopping Power: What are the facts?"

I ended up dropping all my shooting magazines except American Rifleman. That seems to be enough.

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk Phonecalls Forever ...
... after my subscription expired. They looked up my phone number and sold it to every phone marketer there is. The magazine is OK, but look out if you ever drop it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Info
This magazine is probably one of the best out there for up to date information on ammo and some of the new pistols and remakes coming out there. There are literally 1000's of types of guns and ammo. And this mag breaks it down into a pretty good and understandable format even for the novice. If your just getting into the scene or a veteran you both will find that this magazine is good for the latest news and information on whats hot and whats not when it comes to ammo and guns. On a bad note however I've notice alot less reviews on handguns and more on high caliber rifles. Anyway its still a good mag. ... Read more


7. Sporting News
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Asin: B00005N7U0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vulcan Ventures
Sales Rank: 316
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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Long known as the "bible of baseball," The Sporting News remains a weekly treasure trove of information for the voracious sports fan. In-depth articles are balanced with easily digestible sidebars and columns, and team-by-team capsules (contributed by local writers) include wrap-ups of the week's action and plenty of stats for fantasy addicts. MLB, NBA, and NFL team capsules are maintained through the off-season. The emphasis, of course, is on the big three--baseball, basketball, and football--but hockey and NASCAR receive their due as well. Special preseason issues are published for many sports. --David Horiuchi ... Read more

Reviews (9)

3-0 out of 5 stars Magazine Good, Cust Service poor
The magazine itself is quite good. Unlike SI, Sporting News does not cater to perosnalities and have horrible bias. SI is really bad that way. But SN has problems with Cust Service. I had 3-4 issue difference in what I had and what I should have had, but it never got corrected. So I did not review

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice mag
The Sporting News focuses on MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, and men's collegiate football and basketball, with the occasional odd article or bit on golf. Even the major general articles (Best SportsTown, for instance) focuses on these sports.

In addition, the mag offers a good dose of stats and breaks down each sport by team, so you can read up on your fav or dig out the fantasy info you need.

Also, TSN highlights most major sporting events during the year, such as the NCAA hoop tourney, Super Bowl, Spring Training, etc., and includes additional material during their regular issues.

This is the best all-purpose sports weekly in my opinion.

3-0 out of 5 stars Former Subscriber....Here's Why
I will not argue with anyone that "Sporting News" probably provides more statistics on more sports than any other multi-sport magazine. It is about SPORTS and not much else, which is how it should be. It doesn't stray into politics or swimsuits like "Sports Illustrated." Nor is it too full of itself as is "ESPN-The Magazine." It provides straightforward articles about a number of sports, with a few opinion pieces thrown into the fray. Ken Rosenthal gets baseball better than anybody out there, including Bob Costas. The rest of the columnists are good as well.

My main gripe with "Sporting News" is that they don't listen to their customers. I tried repeatedly to have my address corrected on my subscription but I could never seem to make the boys at 'News understand what was wrong. To me, an incorrect address is easily fixed. Unfortunately, "Sporting News" doesn't spend enough time listening to their customers. I ended up ending my subscription and, guess what, never received my refund that I was promised. I used to subscribe to "Sports Illustrated" also. I never had any problems with their customer service.

Another problem that I have is the way they handled the whole NCAA BCS. They praised USC as the DEFINITIVE national champion and blew off LSU as posers. However, if you purchased a copy of "Sporting News" in Louisiana or Oklahoma(surprise, surprise), there was a cover acknowledging LSU as the #1 team in the nation. But ONLY on the cover. What's up with that!

In closing, I recommend "Sports Illustrated" over "Sporting News" for the simple fact that they cater to their customers better. Article wise, "Sporting News" is miles above the competition.

1-0 out of 5 stars interesting but completely wrong
The only reason I subscribe is i found a free subscription somewhere. The magazine had some interesting articles but Most of the time they are just completely wrong. One example was a preview to last years NFL draft. They talked up Terrell Suggs in a long article to the point he was definetely going at the latest third even with the quaterback needy Bengals and the lions who really wanted rogers were finding it hard to take a pass at him. Where does he end up? Going to the Baltimore Ravens. Not even his homestate team the cardinals wanted him. Another example is the cover of the their college football preview. They picked Auburn to be their national champions. I don't follow college football enough to understand, but I know auburn lost its first two games and doesn't look much like a team vying for a national championship. I'm not saying that Sports Illustrated is perfect and their picks are always accurate, but they seem to me to get a better grasp on sports. Yes Sports Illustrated has ads, but looking through my last issue it doesn't seem that The Sporting News has any less. It takes a while till you get at least two consecutive non ad pages. It seems like they both have the same amount. And even if One had more ads than the others is it that hard to really turn the page? Are you that lazy? The articles are the important thing and not many people say that the ones in Sporting news are better. I'd like to hear what some people thought were so nonsports related in sports illustrated. I personally haven't seen anything non sports relat1ed. Yes they have reviews of the occasional sports themed book and movie but they are usually short just letting fans know whether its worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Sports Magazines Available
The Sporting News is one of my favorite sports magazines for several reasons. First and foremost, I like the fact that the Sporting News covers ONLY sports. It doesn't get sidetracked with lengthy articles about other subjects. It sticks exclusively to the subject of sports.

Another great thing about the Sporting News is that it contains very little advertising. Other sports publications, like Sports Illustrated, rely heavily on advertising to cover expenses. The Sporting News manages to remain virtually free of advertisements (there are only about 10 pages worth of ads in each issue), which means there are more pages devoted to sports coverage.

Major sports (baseball, football, basketball, hockey, NASCAR, etc.) receive coverage in every single issue. Even during the off- season, you can still read about your favorite sport. And during the time when a professional sport is in- season, the coverage is even greater, with team by team comparisons and statistics each week.

The Sporting News prints each issue the same length- 60 pages. They do this for all of the regular weekly issues. This is nice, because it makes the magazine more consistent. You know, every week, exactly what to expect in terms of length and in terms of the sports that will be covered.

There are a lot of statistical measures and tables in this magazine. This is fine with me, since I enjoy these lists of data. But I know that some readers will get annoyed with them after a while. They can sometimes get a little silly (for example, the magazine sometimes lists obscure stats like "highest batting averages against left- handed pitching during interleague play"), but most of them are helpful and fans will enjoy reading them.

This is a very good sports magazine. And with a price like the one offered in Amazon.com, it's very affordable: only 60 cents per copy for all this sports information. I recommend signing up now. If you like sports, you won't regret it! ... Read more


8. Saltwater Sportsman
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Asin: B00005N7WA
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Time4Media
Sales Rank: 288
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Aimed at todays fisherman who is interestedin improving his skills. Sections on boat selection, maintenance, new interest, products, tackle and gear.
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9. Sport Fishing
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: World Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 319
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10. Florida Sportsman
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Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 656
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11. Fly Rod & Reel Magazine
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Fly Rod & Reel Magazine
Sales Rank: 2161
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars writing counts!
Fly Rod and Reel has always struck me as the "literary" general interest fly fishing magazine. The writing tends to be of a higher quality than other magazines and the regular features by John Gierach are often worth the price of admission themselves. While many of the national fly fishing magazines tend to be rather predictable, FR&R will often shake things up. Their product reviews are more than just commercials and the destination pieces attempt to bring out a sense of place, rather than the how, where and when of some genre writing. If I had to offer one criticism, it would be that FR&R tends to concentrate on fishing east of the continental divide. As a west coaster, this can be a bit frustrating, but still, a good read. ... Read more


12. Grit And Steel
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Publisher: Grit And Steel
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13. Marlin
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Publisher: World Publications Inc
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14. Turkey & Turkey Hunting
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Publisher: Krause Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 1547
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15. Shotgun Sports Magazine
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Asin: B000067FON
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Shotguns Sports Magazine, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1472
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great shotgunning magazine
I've seen several issues and must say it's a great magazine for those who would rather go shoot clay targets or hunt with their favorite shotgun than anything else. Every issue I've seen has hit a few bulleyes with articles on reloading or some thought pieces on how to improve my shooting...two shots up... I mean two thumbs for shotgun sports magazine ... Read more


16. Bassmaster
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Publisher: Bassmaster
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17. Gun Dog
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Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 712
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars terrible service
I subscribed (not through Amazon). Two months later I received a bill. A month later I received a renewal notice. Still no magazine. Finally, after several requests and a wait of months, I received a partial refund check (about a third of what I paid). Don't waste your money, time and energy, they are plenty of other suitable magazines. ... Read more


18. Bass & Walleye Boats
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Poole Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 2051
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Loads of Useful Information
From boat electronics old to future, info on engine performance, everything you need is in this publication ... Read more


19. Northwest Fly Fishing
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Asin: B000063XK1
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Northwest Fly Fishing, LLC
Sales Rank: 1545
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars If you fly fish the Northwest, you'll love this magazine
Beautiful photography and pretty good writing are the hallmarks of this magazine. It focuses on locations rather than on tying, equipment, or other issues. Those of us who live in Washington and Oregon are lucky to have a magazine of this quality dedicated to our area. I get more out of "Northwest Fly Fishing" than any of the half dozen other fly fishing publications I susbcribe to. ... Read more


20. Fly Fishing In Salt Waters
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Asin: B00005N7Q7
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: World Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 1679
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