After flipping through the pages, I zoomed in on Clint Smith's article on vintage sniper rifles. His observation that lessons were forgotten has been oft repeated (hey, we forgot after WWI, WWI, Korea and for a while after 'Nam) and that we send our snipers out with inadequate equipment (true in WW I and WW II) holds true.
There was one slight error in the identifying of the Lyman Alaskan (or M81/M82) as a Weaver 330C (M73B1).
Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt. Molon Labe!