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This is from PS Magazine an educational pamphlet in comic form. The blonde is Connie Rod, a mainstay character, pointing out the differences. Elsewhere in the articles it goes into more detail about the differences.

 

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I bet you have the only book in existance. Right? :wink: Would be a cool book to have. :D Keep them pics a comin Bill! :D
 

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Hawk: Hueygunner has some copies too. I have the entire set from June 1951 thru 1995, the latter stuff I have no interest in. I am working on completing a second set. Individual issues go off an Ebay now and then, the current stuff (last 20 years) nobody ever bids, the 1950's and 60's always get action. Bill
 

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The man never ceases to amaze me ... :wink:

That Mr. Ricca is one sure fire wealth of knowledge with references ta boot. Thanks for sharing Bill ... I have learned yet another piece of valuable info. I never knew that .... 8O

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Bill, you're the only person I know that has an entire set of PS magazines
Mike, I know of at least two other complete sets. I started purchasing these at gunshows in 1973-75 period. The issues from the late 60's early 70's are still quite plentiful, because so many were printed due to the size of our armed forces. Most issues b/4 1967 are harder to find. By 1995 I was missing 11 issues of the first 20. A warrant officer who had retired got a hold of me and I offered him a very large fortune. His set was from 1951 to 1995. Today I will still pay a small fortune for the 11 issues I need to complete the second (original) set I was working on. Thanks I always enjoy hearing about other's experiences with PS magazine. Now if only I could get a date with Connie Rod :D
 
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