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“Now we employ the same type of analysis to see whether an increase in religious bridging leads to an increase in interreligious acceptance.17 While we must caution that such an analysis of panel data does not definitely determine causation—the Holy Grail of any social science analysis—it does provide much stronger evidence for causation than a single-shot survey.18”
“H&R, the company known for their crazy-inexpensive SINGLE SHOT shotguns also chambers the .500 smith and wesson, but as you have probably figured out, it would be a single-shot. you only need one shot if ita a good one, though. best of luck.”
“In time, he received his first .22 rimfire rifle, a single-shot bolt action, and the slingshot was very rarely used after that, but we still shoot together.”
“Think about a Savage F-class single-shot heavy rifle in 6. 5-284 Norma.”
“This light, handy single-shot, topped by a Weaver K3 scope, has served me well but will probably undergo some modification in 2009.”
“The first real rifle I ever shot was my father's Remington single-shot bolt action .22, simple yet pretty, maybe five pounds in weight (if even that), very accurate, not a single unnecessary adornment anywhere on it, with a peep sight that worked.”
“The new owner brought other lines under the Dakota roof: Miller Arms (single-shot rifles), Dan Walter (aluminum cases) and Nesika Bay Precision (rifles and actions).”
“I purchased the first rifle - a J.C. Higgins bolt action, single-shot .22 rimfire in the early '60s - with my own savings, but needed an adult to purchase it for me.”
“Shot a buddy's Armalite AR50 (single-shot bolt gun) ... amazing lack of recoil.”
“I bought a New England single-shot .223 ($189), a BSA Deerhunter 3x9 scope ($40??? can't remember), bought a Primos Ki-yi call ($14.99), put on my camo, and became a coyote hunter.”
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