American Rifleman - May 2010 - (Page 58)

FEATURE GOLDEN BULLSEYE 2010 2010 O f the numerous and varied duties of American Ri eman’s editors, few are as challenging as reviewing the past year’s issues and selecting the rearms, ammunition product and accessory most deserving of a much-coveted American Ri eman Golden Bullseye Award. “The Golden Bullseye Award honors our winners for bringing to market products remarkable in their utility to shooters and hunters,” said Joe H. Graham, executive director of NRA Publications. “The award is a symbol of excellence and innovation in rearms, accessories and related equipment. We congratulate the winners, and we are con dent shooters and hunters will receive this year’s winning products with enthusiasm.” NRA Publications will present its annual Golden Bullseye Awards and Golden Bullseye Pioneer Award at an invitation-only breakfast during the 2010 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, May 13-16, in Charlotte, N.C. The following products, and their representative manufacturers, received this year’s American Ri eman Golden Bullseye Awards. The The recipients of the Golden Bullseye Award represent the best the firearm industry has to offer. BY AMERICAN RIFLEMAN STAFF Golden Bullseye Awards 58 M AY 2010 WWW.AMERICANRIFLEMAN.ORG Photos by Hannele Lahti http://WWW.AMERICANRIFLEMAN.ORG

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of American Rifleman - May 2010

American Rifleman - May 2010
Editor’s Letter
Armed Citizen
Standing Guard
President’s Column
One On One With Ted Nugent
Readers Write
News, Notes and Ephemera
Questions & Answers
American Marksman: A First-Timer’s Guide To 3-Gunning
Bushmaster ACR: A Transformative Firearm
Coming To America: Para USA Goes Beyond Innovation
The 2010 Golden Bullseye Awards
Magnum Maximization: Ruger’s Extra-Capacity .327 Revolvers
NRA LED: A Half Century Of Service
Annual Meetings
Dope Bag: Data & Comment
Political Report
ILA Report
Regional Report/Member Info & Benefits
I Have This Old Gun

American Rifleman - May 2010