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I remember first seeing an ad for the Contender on a back page of a Boys' Life magazine in the late sixties and thought someday "I'll have one of those." Over the period of 40 years I've acquired five actions and numerous pistol and rifle carbine barrels.
In these essays, Dizer discusses books he read as a child, villains and rural life in juvenile literature, the Putnam Hall series, the Boys' Own Series, Boys' Life, and the magazines Young People of America and Bright Days.
Boy Scouts across the country will learn about firearm safety and the shooting sports at a traveling air-rifle range recently donated by NSSF NSSF made the donation to Boys' Life, the official youth magazine of the Boy Scouts of America.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has donated a traveling air-rifle range to the Boy Scouts of America, via their official magazine, Boys' Life. The magazine will sponsor the range, which will be operated by certified shooting instructors at major scouting events nationwide.
With Boys' Life, the range will see action at scouting events across the country, and will help expose countless others to the fun of shooting and the importance of firearms safety," said Cyndi Dalena, NSSF director of shooting sports development.
Many of the kids knew the illustrations from their Dad's old issues of Boys' Life. Rockwell is just so cross-generational."
It all began on a fall day in 1912 when an 18-year-old youth, bent on becoming an artist, stepped into the office of the Boy Scouts of America in New York's Fifth Avenue building and asked to see the editor of Boys' Life. He had learned that the Boy Scouts, established only two years before, were about to publish a magazine under that name.
Edward Cave, the newly appointed editor of Boys' Life, immediately recognized the young artist's ability to produce the kind of artwork that his magazine needed.
Two months later, the youthful artist was offered the job as Boys' Life's regular staff artist at a salary of $50 a month.
He snatched up a sketch intended for a Boys' Life cover.
His first Post experience was an exact duplicate of his entry into Boys' Life, with the same result: The art editor, Walter H.
Norman's last piece of art appeared in the Boys' Life issue for March 1916, the same month in which his cover illustrations were accepted by The Saturday Evening Post.