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Mauser Sporter Build Part 3: Installing The Sights

By Reid Coffield The civilian conversion of military firearms for sporting use

The Art Of Accuracy

Like any art, and riflemaking is an art, a tremendous amount of work and craftsmanship go into

J. Guthrie

Building A Mauser Sporter, Part 2

Lapping The Bolt, Fitting The Barrel, Finishing The Chamber & Welding The Bolt Handle.

Making A Masterpiece

By Terry Wieland Todd Johnson took the match-grade metal parts supplied by

Terry Wieland

Brownells Catalog #62

The newest wishbook of gun goodies and gunsmithing supplies from Brownells...

10 Steps to Preserving a Piece of History

Repairing, refinishing, or restoring a 19th-century military muzzleloader takes some careful

Rock River Arms National Match Trigger

By J. Guthrie Though it does not come all bundled up like many aftermarket

J. Guthrie

Save That Pad!

By Reid Coffield Ragged, torn screw holes in the face of a recoil pad are

Timney AR-15 Competition Model Trigger

Timney's AR replacement trigger is far and away better than most stock units and allows for

J. Guthrie

Rusty's Rags

82-Year-Old Man Invents New Gun Cleaning Cloth

A Pistol Repair Emergency

By Reid Coffield A new magazine latch is needed to make this small pocket

Springfield Scout Mount

By Joseph von Benedikt For shooters desiring a responsive, quick-handling M1A

Joseph von Benedikt

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