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Articles from American Gunsmith (January 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
.22 Conversion units. Van Wart, Walter 391
American Gunsmithing Association news. Brief article 135
Brownells offers all-in-one cleaning kit from Otis. 188
Browning misfires. Bullard, Charles Brief article 146
Browning trigger job. Houser, G. Brief article 348
Colt Lightning schematic? Wertz, Kenneth Brief article 235
Fitting an extended thumb safety on the M1911: on a 1911-style auto, an extended thumb safety helps to put the thumb of the shooting hand in the correct position for fast action. Wood, Dennis A. 1206
Hamilton single-shot. Bash, Kenneth Brief article 160
L.C. Smith restoration. Earnest, Bill Brief article 204
Making and installing a barrel/receiver coupler sleeve: on some rifles, adding a coupler sleeve to strengthen the junction between the barrel and receiver can improve barrel stability and accuracy. The Remington Model 504, used here, is one of these rifles. Johnson, Norman E. 859
More legislation from the bench. Lawrence, Keith Editorial 441
Remington 870 sight removal. Miller, Dick Brief article 249
Restoring old muzzleloaders. Jacobs, Bill Brief article 280
Servicing the Remington 11-87 premier trap shotgun: you're likely to see far more of this shotgun than those from the high-end offshore makers. Here's how it works and how you can keep it working. Blood, Chick 1871
Smoothing the Taurus Model 80 revolver: trigger work on this early Taurus revolver is relatively simple and straightforward, but don't assume it's a clone of the Smith & Wesson Model 10. Campbell, R.K. 1501
Winchester stock replacement. Hamm, William Brief article 220
Working the 1873 Springfield trap-door single-shot rifle: if the internal parts of the 1873 Springfield breechloader look the same as those of the 1861 muzzleloader, that's because most of them are. Chicoine, David 1734

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