Fouling shot archive?

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awelton85 posted this 22 May 2018

I am now an official paying member of the CBA, and I'm anxiously awaiting my first issue of the fouling shot.

Is there an archive of back issues somewhere that I can throw myself into? I'd hate to think there is so much knowledge out there that I can't access.

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TRKakaCatWhisperer posted this 22 May 2018

Cool idea.  Some of the older issues (Frank Marshall era) are classics!

 

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Duane Mellenbruch posted this 22 May 2018

Here is the link to the CBA Store where you can buy some of the past issues of the Fouling Shot on CD and read them at your convenience.  Not all issues are yet available, but that is a work in progress.

https://castbulletassoc.org/cba-store/publications

 

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awelton85 posted this 22 May 2018

Thank you! 

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JeffinNZ posted this 22 May 2018

I have the CD of Frank’s articles. Highly recommend.

Cheers from New Zealand

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harleyrock posted this 13 June 2018

I get only the digital version of FS delivered to me by email.  When I joined three or four years ago I received a package in the mail which contained CDs which had archives starting with #95 and going to # 240 or so.  It also contained Joe Brennan's book "Cast bullets for beginner and expert"  I may have paid extra for those CDs, but that would provide the archives you wanted.

Lifetime NRA since 1956, NRA Benefactor, USN Member, CBA Member

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dbosman posted this 28 June 2018

"Not all issues are yet available, but that is a work in progress."

If scanning is a problem, I have access to a Canon high speed sheet fed scanner. It sucks in double sided pages faster than one can catch them. I work in a research library so I also have access to Book Edge scanners that are capable of scanning into the gutter and Minolta over head scanners. 

I'd be happy to help the CBA. 

Don Bosman

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