GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Jun. 14, 1954


Bull's-Eye. A new, low-recoil, semi-automatic shotgun that stays on target at rapid fire without riding up was put on sale by New Haven's Winchester Repeating Arms Co. Secret of the shotgun's accuracy is a recoil chamber that moves less than one-tenth of an inch, thereby softening the kick up to 30%. Price: $120.50.

Handy Coolers. Light, expendable cartons to keep beer cool on hot-weather picnics are being put out by Milwaukee's Blatz Brewing Co. and Pabst. The Blatz carton, made of cardboard laminated to aluminum foil, carries a dozen cans of beer, has a Pliofilm bag along the...

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