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A writer prepares to put several rounds through one of the new .270 rifle models at the Winchester/Browning shooting event. The 300-yard target, which can’t be seen, was a series of hanging bowling pins.

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Shooter’s delight…a table of shells and a rack full of new Browning shotgun models. It’s hard not to have a good time shouldering each gun and busting a few clays.

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A shooter busts one target (at the top of the picture) and sights in on the other with a Browning Citori 12-gauge.

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Participants flock to the handgun range to test several semi-autos with the Nevada mountains in the background.

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Winchester and Browning lined up several rifles at the range for writers to test. The long lines were at the .204 Ruger and the .270 auto.

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SHOT Business editor Slaton White shoots a new Super X2 model debuted at the shooting club.

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A Winchester rep fires a 20-gauge slug gun. The shot packed a whallop that felt more like a 12-guage. This sabot has a lot of power.

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A view down the range before the shooting started.

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A shooter tests a new .30-06 round fromWinchester.

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