Letters from Elmer Keith: A Half Century of Advice on Guns, Ammo, Handloading, Hunting, and Other Pursuits


The acknowledged dean of American gun writers, Elmer Keith began his writing career in 1926, when his first piece appeared in "American Rifleman," and continued until 1981, when he suffered a disabling stroke. During this 50-plus year period, Keith wrote hundreds of articles for a wide variety of publications, including "American Rifleman," "Guns & Ammo" and "Outdoor Life." From these articles and his books (Sixguns, Big Game Rifles and Cartridges), Keith developed a loyal following with whom he corresponded regularly. At ...

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