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Snapshots: Not What Wilbur and Orville Had In Mind … And Bacon

Shooting balloons over New York City from a Wright Flyer with a Browning A-5 seemed like great idea in 1912, and American Rifleman's predecessor Arms & The Man was there. If you have the best caption for our "Snap Shots" contest, you could win bragging rights, laurels … and a can of bacon.

Snap Shots: Rockin’ the Duck Pond and the “Backward N” Brander

Week five of snapshots is here! That’s right, before shotguns and duck calls, duck hunting was, uh, a rocky proposition. Write the best caption and you could win a prize that will make all your friends jealous.

Snap Shots Week 6: Nice Fish … And a Pistol Bayonet

Caption this and win! From 1888 through 1906, the magazine that would become American Rifleman was Shooting & Fishing. Thus, we have from our August 8, 1901, issue, our latest Snap Shots caption contest.

Snap Shots Week 7: When Taxidermy Attacks II: ... and a Cool Bipod

When you have magazines dating back to 1885, you end up flipping through pages and chuckling at times over what you find. Caption this week's photo for your chance to win!

Snap Shots Week 8: Where the Buffalo [Don’t] Roam … and Unclaimed Bacon

When you have magazines dating back to 1885, you end up flipping through pages and chuckling at times over what you find. Back before there were cartridge guns, hunters had to do it the old fashioned way with the muzzleloading longrifle. Why he is reloading and why the buffalo are not roaming, we have no idea. Caption this week's photo for your chance to win!

Snap Shots: Week 9-Welcome to Sherwood and a Lightly Used .22 Laser Trainer with A Dead Battery

When you have magazines dating back to 1885, you end up flipping through pages and chuckling at times over what you find, including this image of a would-be Robin Hood trying to make bacon one sharpened stick at a time. Come on, give it your best shot. You just might win this week's prize.

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