From 1961 till the late 1970s Elmer Keith was a regular contributor to Guns & Ammo magazine with a monthly column entitled "Gun Notes." This book contains the best of his articles during this period and is entirely devoted to pistols, revolvers, bolt-actions, and double rifles, shotguns, ammunition, loads, bullets, and accessories. Keith was a master storyteller as well as a most observant gun expert. He was one of the country's best-known experts on big-bore calibers, and this book has a wealth of information based on his lifelong experience with just about every imaginable sporting firearm. Also included are letters from Elmer Keith to Truman Fowler, publisher of Keith's book Safari, and correspondence from Fowler (a well-known big-bore advocate) to Jack O'Connor who took exception to much of what Keith and Fowler recommended. This is highly entertaining reading-the pages of the correspondence literally sizzle under your fingertips! Illustrated with photos from the Guns & Ammo archives.