February 1935

Shooters' Number

Volume 19, Issue 1


The staff settled on the dedication of this number in order to do partial justice to the pioneers of our small arms business. For years there have been certain officers in the Marine Corps who have given long and tedious hours toward the elevation of this vital phase of our professional life. This duty has been one of those things which has been popular with all, but one which only a few officers and men were energetic and persistent enough to keep on top.

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