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Small Arms: CCMCK Cautions. Jun 22, 2020 333
Small Arms: Turning in Parts? Check SMR Codes. Jun 19, 2020 202
Unauthorized Mods are a No-Go! Apr 24, 2020 175
Small Arms: Degreasing and SFL Go Hand-In-Hand. Apr 16, 2020 291
Small Arms: Gaging Variance for Annual Services. Dec 18, 2019 230
Remington 783: Tips and procedures for working with this newer Remington rifle. Campbell, RK Oct 1, 2019 1696
Should I Anneal Handgun Brass? Jones, Allan May 1, 2019 395
REPLACING THE INGLIS HI-POWER. Curtis, Vincent J. Apr 1, 2019 668
SIG P238 Disassembly and Lubrication? Edmondson, Jake Column Feb 9, 2019 285
When to Change Bore Brushes? Andrews, Dennis; Edmondson, Jake Column Feb 1, 2019 272
Birchwood Casey: Handgun Cleaning Kit. Edmondson, Jake Feb 1, 2019 427
Maintaining Critical-Need Reliability. Jones, Allan Nov 1, 2018 1047
Store My Handgun in a Gun Case? Hutchcroft, Joel J. Brief article Dec 1, 2017 162
Hi-Point CF-380: detailed disassembly and maintenance of an inexpensive .380 pistol. Hollensen, Mark R. Aug 1, 2017 2366
Gunny's mystery oil: care and maintenance in the military. Poole, Eric R. Jul 1, 2017 644
Torque test. Sweeney, Patrick Jan 1, 2017 1731
Concealed-carry handgun tips: fortunately, good-quality concealed-carry guns rarely have mechanical problems, but even they need regular maintenance. Coffield, Reid Column Dec 1, 2015 859
Maximize your handgun's potential: custom and aftermarket pistol and revolver stocks can maximize your handgun's potential by enhancing your shooting skills. Skelton, Bart Oct 1, 2015 701
Promote gun maintenance for women shooters. Parsons-Wraith, Lisa Aug 1, 2015 378
Big Tips for Small Arms. McClure, Levi Letter to the editor Apr 1, 2015 425
Servicing the mast-mounted sight. Brief article Jun 1, 2014 241
A clean sweep: there's no shortage of items to make firearms maintenance easier than it was in days past. Miller, Payton May 1, 2014 1239
Preppers' maintenance guide: if it all goes to hell, here's how to keep your handgun--revolver or auto--running. von Benedikt, Joseph Apr 1, 2014 2112
Report bad parts. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 285
A corrupting influence. Caddell, Mike Brief article Jul 1, 2013 201
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid May 10, 2013 834
Good vibrations: high-volume shooting calls for high-volume brass cleaning. Sweeney, Patrick Mar 1, 2013 1072
Revolvers and springs: shortcuts don't work in shooting or gunsmithing. Learning good revolver action work yields better results than trying to drop in a quick fix. Campbell, RK Jan 1, 2013 1805
Model 12 and Coltsman. Kirby, Thomas Brief article Dec 1, 2012 243
Storing firearms: practical tips on keeping client guns in good condition. Campbell, RK Nov 1, 2012 1643
Glocks rock: tweaks that will make your favorite blaster even better. Tarr, James Jun 1, 2012 1740
Century arms StingRay: introduced at the 2012 SHOT Show, the 9mm StingRay is a new entry from Century Arms into the CCW marketplace. Blood, Chick Jun 1, 2012 2609
1911 reliability: even Browning's masterpiece needs tweaking to get it perfect. Campbell, RK Jun 1, 2012 2190
Starr pepper box. Durst, John G. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 133
Arms rooms go digital. Brief article May 1, 2012 215
The Ruger LC9: 2011 was the fourth year in a row Sturm-Ruger walked off with either the rifle or handgun of the year award. What will they do for an encore? Blood, Chick Feb 1, 2012 4426
Working the Walther P38: modern pistols can trace their roots to this landmark handgun. Campbell, RK Feb 1, 2012 1971
Scope mounting an airgun dovetail receiver: were all gunsmithing jobs without challenge perhaps there would be little need for our services. This wasn't the case while scope mounting one of the modern precision airguns requiring mounting modification. Johnson, Normon E. Feb 1, 2012 491
M1 Carbine. Fraser, Al Brief article Feb 1, 2012 291
Problem children: do you know what the condition of your ammo is, right now? Rauch, Walt Oct 1, 2011 868
Dealing with a stuck chambered round: this alternative chemical removal method will help you safely handle a live round stuck in a chamber. Coles, R. Oct 1, 2011 1012
A look at handgun grips: tasteful fitting, finishing and/or replacement of grips on a newly refinished handgun can enhance performance and improve the looks. Campbell, RK Oct 1, 2011 1802
Sig Sauer P226. Miller, Robin Brief article Oct 1, 2011 154
Working the Webley MK III: the Webley MK III is among the most robust and reliable revolvers of all time. previously quite a rare, a new wave of Webleys has found their way into shooter's hands and are now more likely to cross your bench. Campbell, R.k. Jul 1, 2011 2204
Rusty gun bluing: properly done, a good bluing job will make your customer's gun look brand new. here's an overview of the stages to get you started. Lyropoulos, Theo Jul 1, 2011 1156
Iver Johnson TP-22. Wood, Richard Brief article Jul 1, 2011 198
Replacing the extractor on a Ruger MKII Government model: Ruger MKII Government model are highly reliable, normally requiring few repairs and a little maintenance. Here's how working on one created a new customer for me. Deaner, Wendell Apr 1, 2011 1335
Savage Model 1917. Jones, Gary Brief article Apr 1, 2011 161
Dry up moisture threat! Apr 1, 2011 517
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Feb 10, 2011 827
Safety means T.H.I.N.K.! (part 2). Davison, Jerry Letter to the editor Feb 1, 2011 172
Don't leave home without 'EM: essential accessories: there are some items you simply do not want to leave behind. Sweeney, Patrick Viewpoint essay Feb 1, 2011 1114
Gages need gaging. Brief article Jan 1, 2011 269
Burning desire. Edwards, Brent Brief article Dec 1, 2010 303
Disassembly/reassembly of the Taurus 709 Slim: once you know your way around this handgun you can tackle anything in the Taurus 700-series lineup. Blood, Chick Dec 1, 2010 2699
1911 sight cuts. McDonald, Charles Brief article Dec 1, 2010 108
Touch-up blueing. Brief article Dec 1, 2010 185
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Nov 10, 2010 651
Troubleshooting the Colt Defender: learning nuances of specific handgun types will help you diagnose problems. Colt's Defender is a showcase for learning the 1911. Campbell, RK Nov 1, 2010 1873
Browning BPR .22 magnum. Withheld, Name Brief article Nov 1, 2010 273
Falcon revolver. Blusby, Mike Brief article Nov 1, 2010 189
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Oct 10, 2010 800
Ker-Blammo. Sep 22, 2010 1001
Two-piece stocks need love, too: glass-bedding and bolt guns just seem to go together, but Coffield says that lever-action or shotgun can need it even more. Coffield, Reid Sep 10, 2010 2906
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Sep 10, 2010 518
Bersa model 23. Lamminen, Dale Brief article Sep 1, 2010 131
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Aug 10, 2010 923
Disassembly/reassembly of the EMP 9C1 pistol: importer EMF turns up a brand new, American-made polymer 9mm handgun that carries a strong message. Blood, Chick Aug 1, 2010 1823
Repairing damaged screw heads on used firearms: clean up the damaged screw heads on your customer's firearms to add a professional touch. Deaner, Wendell Aug 1, 2010 1667
Working the Forehand & Wadsworth Old Model Army: a historic revolver from a company better known for smaller handguns, the Forehand & Wadsworth Old Model Army is a Nineteenth Century classic! Chicoine, David R. Jul 1, 2010 1928
Inspired failure. Venola, Richard Jun 19, 2010 754
Helmet/rail mount savers. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 244
Turn in unserviceable STORMs. Brief article Jun 1, 2010 170
Working the Taurus PT92: similar to Beretta's 92F-series, this humble handgun is doing yeoman service. Here's how improve one coming across your bench. Campbell, RK Jun 1, 2010 2917
S&W ejector. Spadorcio, Jerry Brief article Jun 1, 2010 237
CZ Mod 82. David, William Brief article Jun 1, 2010 203
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid May 10, 2010 768
The 1911 trigger action: thanks to its remarkably tunable trigger, browning's masterpiece handgun design still sets the standard for custom builders. Here's how to get the best trigger possible. Campbell, Rk Apr 1, 2010 1542
Mauser refurbisher speaks up. M.P. Letter to the editor Mar 1, 2010 645
Ask the gunsmith. Coffield, Reid Feb 10, 2010 904
S&W 52-2. Solomon, Mike Brief article Feb 1, 2010 364
.22 conversions. Doug, Ranger Brief article Feb 1, 2010 246
M14 Mauser sight. Coffield, Reid Brief article Jan 10, 2010 104
P.38 barrel. Coffield, Reid Brief article Jan 10, 2010 365
Viet Cong M1911. Kokalis, Peter G. Jan 10, 2010 1590
Index mark. Coffield, Reid Brief article Dec 10, 2009 125
'Detail cleaning' the low-tech way: here's how to do a pretty thorough cleaning job on any firearm--even if you don't want to (or don't know how to) take it completely apart. Blood, Chick Dec 1, 2009 1175
Cold bluing: another approach: try this simple method of cold bluing to get a deep blue/ black finish, with only a little more time and effort than it takes to do a thorough cleaning job. Grell, Stu Nov 1, 2009 1187
Non-extracting Brownings. Collins, John Brief article Nov 1, 2009 312
Dry-firing the Glock trigger. Oliver, Ralph Brief article Nov 1, 2009 171
High standard sight removal. Parker, James Brief article Nov 1, 2009 191
Remington stock switch. Coffield, Reid Brief article Oct 10, 2009 133
Light makes right: cure trigger-control errors and other woes with lasers. Rodriguez, Greg Oct 1, 2009 1705
Restoring a veteran firearm for a returning veteran: Matthews usually keeps to military arms, but when a neighbor asked if he could bring a .22 pump back to life for his son, he showed some flair for the sporting side. Matthews, Steven Personal account Sep 20, 2009 3364
Cold bluing: restoring 'family heirlooms' on the cheap: many old guns have sentimental value to the family of the owner but no real monetary value to a collector. These guns are all good candidates for an inexpensive "facelift.". Jonsson, Leslie Sep 1, 2009 1229
SW99 grip inserts. Coffield, Reid Brief article Aug 10, 2009 228
Firearm finishing methods: A to Z: today's gunsmith can offer his customer choices in metal-finishing methods that range from traditional and "down to earth" to Space Age and literally "out of this world.". MacLean, Richard Aug 1, 2009 2841
Smith & Wesson safety. Scheidegger, Doug Brief article Aug 1, 2009 141
Shortening screws. Coffield, Reid Brief article Jul 10, 2009 288
Crack repair. Coffield, Reid Brief article Jul 10, 2009 299
Glock 21 modifications. Shanholtz, Brian L. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 221
Rack alternatives expanded. Jul 1, 2009 692
Continuous firing of gun. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 134
ATI AR-15 all in one tool. Brief article Jun 10, 2009 82
Customizing the Kahr: cylinder & slide makes a good pistol a perfect pistol. Rodriguez, Greg Jun 1, 2009 892
Revitalizing Glock accuracy: the author searches for tune-up solutions as his gun approaches the 100,000-round mark. Spaulding, Dave Jun 1, 2009 1178
What can you do with a drill ripe? Part 2: in Part 1 (4/10 issue), Coffield unwelded the action and installed a .22 cal. barrel. Now he goes to work on the bolt. Coffield, Reid May 10, 2009 3515
Transfer punch. Coffield, Reid Brief article May 10, 2009 285
Lube that barrel. Coffield, Reid Brief article May 10, 2009 363
Document SARET gaging help. Brief article May 1, 2009 302
What makes sights NMC. Brief article May 1, 2009 149
Dot disappeared? Don't despair. Brief article May 1, 2009 140
Shorten a cap-and-ball gun for bigger profits: more often than not, modifying a customer's old gun is more profitable than selling him a new one. Mazan, Paul May 1, 2009 1093
.357 Mag. fouling. Coffield, Reid Brief article Apr 10, 2009 235
Fixing a "non-repairable" pistol: someone may give you one as a parts gun or a partial trade on something newer. Coffield says don't assume it's shot; with the proper parts and techniques, it'll fire again. Coffield, Reid Mar 10, 2009 3026
Sights broken? Don't take to support. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 133
Sighting bad sights. Brief article Feb 1, 2009 217
Disassembly and reassembly of the Ruger SR9 pistol: from a company long known for simplicity in handgun design, this pistol can be considered the exception. But, following these instructions, you need not shy away from working with it. Blood, Chick Feb 1, 2009 4032
Resolving 1911 problems: failures to go into battery: usually, a failure to go into battery is a simple matter to cure, but sometimes the search for the cause can prove to be exhausting. Campbell, R.K. Feb 1, 2009 1666
Taking down the Ruger P95DC. Frost, Don Brief article Feb 1, 2009 314
Solving accuracy problems: first check the fit of the grip: many times, what a shooter believes is an accuracy problem is simply a case of a gun that doesn't come naturally to a point. Thus, the first thing to look at is the grip. Ritacco, Gerry Jan 1, 2009 1846
Proper bore sighting. Jan 1, 2009 368
Replacing Mauser K-98 sight hood. Brief article Jan 1, 2009 266
Spot bluing? Report Jan 1, 2009 585
S&W Model 66 trigger. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 316
Winchester scope alignment. Stacey, Erle Brief article Nov 1, 2008 201
Help for ACOG is here! Brief article Oct 1, 2008 244
SKS parts removal. Roberts, J. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 226
Explaining repair costs to your customer: compared to just about anything else--a car, a washing machine, or an electric toaster--maintaining and repairing a firearm is dirt cheap; it's all in how you explain it. Hunt, Arthur J., Sr. Aug 1, 2008 855
Saiga AK problems. Rich Brief article Aug 1, 2008 214
Solving common problems with .22 rimfire handguns: to a greater extent than with centerfire guns, problems with rimfire handguns are often found to be ammo-related--and usually relatively simple to repair. Campbell, R.K. Jun 1, 2008 2083
Simple crossbow mods for improved performance and safety: the energy behind the projectile might come from a different source, but many components of the crossbow are similar to that of a firearm and can benefit from the attention of the innovative gunsmith. Johnson, Norman E. Jun 1, 2008 1000
Chamber reamers. Ron Brief article Jun 1, 2008 268
Ruger Blackhawk buntline? Ray Jun 1, 2008 366
Feedback on "The Slurry". Weaver, Linda Brief article Jun 1, 2008 219
Working the Smith & Wesson .32 Double Action top-break models: the .32 DA and its big brother, the .38 DA, were forerunners to what we know today as the "modern" S&W revolver. Hundreds of thousands of both were produced and sold around the turn of the last century. Chicoine, David R. May 1, 2008 2473
Erma-Werke receiver? Earnest, William Brief article May 1, 2008 217
Disassembly and reassembly of the CZ82 and CZ83: the only difference between these once-military sidearms is the caliber. But be aware that they're totally different from other CZ pistol designs. Blood, Chick Apr 1, 2008 1656
Working with pins, punches, and drifts: virtually every firearm has some type of pin that requires a punch or drift to remove and reinstall it. The style of the pin dictates the type of punch that should be used. Wood, Dennis A. Apr 1, 2008 1708
Working the Smith & Wesson .38 double action top-break models: the forerunner to what we know as the "modern" S&W revolver, hundreds of thousands of the .38 DA were produced and sold around the turn of the last century. Chicoine, David R. Apr 1, 2008 2434
Getting out of a jam: a fast, simple and sure way to clear malfunctions. Spaulding, Dave Apr 1, 2008 1786
'Slicking up' the Smith & Wesson Third Generation pistols: although not as "gunsmith friendly" as the M1911, the popular S&W pistols can benefit from some of the same smoothing techniques and some similar aftermarket parts. Campbell, R.K. Mar 1, 2008 2287
Working the S&W top-break .38 Single Action 1st Model: also known as the "Baby Russian" because of its resemblance to the .44-caliber Smith & Wesson New Model Russian, this medium-frame revolver was the first chambered for the revered .38 S&W cartridge. Chicoine, David R. Mar 1, 2008 2131
Rebarreling the Smith & Wesson M41. Dean, Sid Brief article Mar 1, 2008 145
Super Blackhawk accuracy. Haug, Dale E. Brief article Mar 1, 2008 288
S&W Model 10 project. Statler, Bill Brief article Feb 1, 2008 124
Rough H&K P7. Belius, Mark Brief article Feb 1, 2008 306
Ready to roll: common-sense advice on breaking in a new defense gun. Larson, Doug Oct 1, 2007 1758
Estimates vs. the final repair cost: it is not unusual for a customer to ask you for an estimate for repairing a gun. Naturally you're glad to give him one, but be aware of the pitfalls. Hunt, Arthur J., Sr. Oct 1, 2007 875
Balky High-Standard Sentinel. Tia Brief article Oct 1, 2007 226
Disassembly and reassembly of the Springfield EMP: this pocket-size 9mm will soon be chambered for the .40 S&W as well as the .45 GAP, packing a very large punch in a very small package. Blood, Chick Jun 1, 2007 1541
Safely removing barrel obstructions: when faced with something stuck in a barrel, you need to assess the situation carefully, then employ one of a few processes for removing the obstacle safely. Wood, Dennis A. Jun 1, 2007 1987
Using the Manson Precision barrel-crowning tools: these well-thought-out tools make barrel crowning a breeze, producing a smooth chatter-free surface without the need for a lathe. Coffield, Reid Jun 1, 2007 1508
Glock mods: an M1911 man branches out: the Glock is no longer the mystery it once was. Today, the modifications necessary to optimize the Glock's performance are almost as "standardized" as those of the 1911. Campbell, R.K. Jun 1, 2007 3119
Whitney Wolverine takedown. Smith, Rodford Jun 1, 2007 252
Dovetail sight removal. Beene, Ron Brief article May 1, 2007 182
Ithaca/Remington questions. Franke, Burtis Brief article May 1, 2007 179
Ruger 10-22 refinishing. Metcalf, Darrell D. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 157
Constantly improving your skills: no matter where you're starting from, continuing education is the key to ever-increasing success in the gunsmithing biz. Hunt, Arthur J., Sr. Mar 1, 2007 1020
Rust removal techniques. Hobler, Mitch Brief article Mar 1, 2007 338
Questions on small arms repair. Feb 1, 2007 207
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. Jan 1, 2007 859
.22 Conversion units. Van Wart, Walter Jan 1, 2007 391
Browning misfires. Bullard, Charles Brief article Jan 1, 2007 146
Remington 870 sight removal. Miller, Dick Brief article Jan 1, 2007 249
Winchester stock replacement. Hamm, William Brief article Jan 1, 2007 220
Insights on Taurus' new PT 1911 and its possibilities for customizing: the PT is a top-notch defensive pistol as it comes out of the box. And like other Series-80 pistols, it can also be transformed into a target gun. Blood, Chick Dec 1, 2006 1563
Powder coat disadvantages. Daw, Ollie Brief article Dec 1, 2006 239
Mossberg parts. Joe Brief article Dec 1, 2006 190
Those versatile vises: the vise is one of the most important tools on any gunsmith's bench. With the addition of various replacement jaws and jaw covers, any vise can be made more functional and even more versatile. Wood, Dennis A. Nov 1, 2006 1673
Breathing new life into an old scattergun: although replica guns are readily available for cowboy shooters, restoring a bargain-priced original can provide more satisfaction. Mazan, Paul Nov 1, 2006 1707
S&W 686 Reassembly. Dusenbury, Don Brief article Nov 1, 2006 214
Malfunctioning Mossberg. Cosby, Gene Brief article Nov 1, 2006 114
Smoothing the M70 trigger. Norris, Bill Brief article Nov 1, 2006 194
Win 1200 screw sheering. Jim Nov 1, 2006 512
Locked up stevens 311. Miller, Dick Brief article Nov 1, 2006 241
Hammer spring replacement. Nixon, P. Brief article Nov 1, 2006 231
Get the lead out! Of three methods tested for removing lead fouling from a barrel, all are equally effective, but one method is cheapest, one is fastest, and one is easiest. You make the choice. Mazan, Paul Oct 1, 2006 1770
Anschutz 141 disassembly. Chester, David Brief article Oct 1, 2006 203
Replacing Rem Mag Tube? Thompson, Bill Brief article Oct 1, 2006 226
Stippling: checkering's ugly cousin: hand checkering and serration can be difficult, time-consuming, and expensive, but there is a simpler and equally effective alternative. Corbitt, Russell Sep 1, 2006 731
Gun Kote: a precision coating: TR Gun Kote allows the gunsmith to easily apply an attractive, corrosion-resistant finish inhouse, and best of all, it doesn't interfere with close tolerances. Blood, Chick Aug 1, 2006 1952
Changing calibers: revolver cylinder reaming: revolver chamber alteration is a big job that you can actually do in a very small shop with a limited inventory of equipment. Chicoine, David R. Aug 1, 2006 2877
Clearing jams and malfunctions: what to do when things go wrong. Kenik, David Aug 1, 2006 1655
Update an SARET. Brief article Jul 1, 2006 113
Headspace: measurements and corrections: in a recent article, we established what headspace is and what it isn't. In this report, the author covers measuring headspace and correcting it if it's excessive or insufficient. Corbitt, Russell Jul 1, 2006 2850
Fabricating firing pins: if you've ever tried to find replacement parts for an older firearm, you know the difficulty that's usually involved. Many times, you're money ahead to forget the search and simply make the part from scratch. Wood, Dennis A. Jul 1, 2006 1767
Need small arms help? Need depot repair? Jun 1, 2006 250
Replacement knobs? Brief article Jun 1, 2006 84
Disassembly/reassembly of the Whitney Wolverine: Olympic Arms has brought back what was once a futuristic design that died too young. Blood, Chick Mar 1, 2006 1898
Headspace: exactly what is it anyway? If you read enough firearms publications, you're sure to read enough nonsense about headspace to make you want to pull your hair out. This report will answer some common questions and dispel some popular myths. Corbitt, Russell Mar 1, 2006 4935
In-shop powder coating: a durable, easy-to-apply finish: thanks to the introduction of do-it-yourself kits, this hard-as-nails industrial metal finish is now practical for in shop application to firearms and firearm parts. Johns, Charles G. Mar 1, 2006 1165
How to restore water-damaged guns: with the hurricanes and resultant flooding of the past couple of summers, there are thousands of water-damaged guns in immediate need of your expertise in restoration. Roghaar, George E. Mar 1, 2006 1556
Detective special ejector rod. Chamberlain, Scott Mar 1, 2006 112
Redfield sight base. Madden, Brian Brief article Mar 1, 2006 125
Sweet Sixteen barrel swap? Brief article Mar 1, 2006 157
Sig trigger job. Tread, W.M. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 249
1911 sight problem. Mike Brief article Mar 1, 2006 274
Locked up 97. Knight, Ronald Brief article Mar 1, 2006 112
Make a universal scope-reticle adjuster: here's how to make a scope-reticle adjusting tool, and why you'll find it indispensable. Johnson, Norman E. Feb 1, 2006 576
Applying custom camouflage finishes with DuraCoat: with the DuraCoat system, there's no longer any reason why you can't offer in-house custom camouflage finishes. Blood, Chick Feb 1, 2006 1193
Disassembly/reassembly of the Ruger KP345 .45 ACP pistol: Ruger's new addition to the P-Series incorporates some interesting features as well as a durable and lightweight polymer frame. Chicoine, David R.; Chicoine, David T. Feb 1, 2006 1951
Jamming Marlin 1894S. Roche, Jack Brief article Feb 1, 2006 160
Loose Llama. Gowan, Jim Feb 1, 2006 376
Parts challenges. Scott Brief article Feb 1, 2006 185
Ortgies pistol. Himelick, Ralph Feb 1, 2006 547
Reducing Thor to mortal proportions: named after the mythical Norse god, EAA's Thor is capable of bringing down the largest game and shows great promise as a silhouette shooter. Blood, Chick Jan 1, 2006 1115
Working the Smith & Wesson .45 model no. 3 Schofield revolvers: with modifications patented by Major George W. Schofield, Smith & Wesson's top-break Model No. 3 revolver became a well-known and well-respected sidearm for the U.S. Cavalry. Chicoine, David R. Jan 1, 2006 1715
Stoeger Luger woes. Hoyle, Max Brief article Jan 1, 2006 283
Convert .38 S&W to .38 special? Hess, Kevin Jan 1, 2006 377
Many small arms parts no longer controlled inventory. May 1, 2005 388
Put a damper on M242 damper problems. McIntosh, Dave Brief Article Apr 1, 2005 146
Not all cleaning tanks, solvents bad. Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 354
PMCS Certification: A Mechanized Infantry Combat Multiplier. (Training Notes). Nielson, Captain James D. Sep 1, 2000 1937
1911 Parts Guide. CLAPP, WILEY Feb 1, 2000 1660
Peacemaker Parts. HUNTINGTON, ROY Jan 1, 2000 269
Brownells Revolver Chamfering Tool Kit. HUNTINGTON, ROY Jan 1, 2000 343
How To Sight-In Properly. JONES, J. D. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 223
The ABCs Of Barrel Break-In. BROWN, ED Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 594
The Bronze Age. BROWN, ED Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 224
Wildcats In Africa. SUNDRA, JON R. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 736
World's Fastest .22 Bore Cleaner. REES, CLAIR Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 276
Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness. PETTY, CHARLES E. Brief Article Sep 1, 1999 216
ZEALOT. Hopkins, Cameron Jul 1, 1999 1974
FINISHER. Petty, Charles E. Jul 1, 1999 1417
Get The Plastic Out! BODINSON, HOLT Jul 1, 1999 441
Shooter's Choice. HUNTINGTON, ROY Brief Article Jun 1, 1999 241
Treat Your Pistol Like A Hose. AYOOB, MASSAD Apr 1, 1999 218
Deadly WD-40. AYOOB, MASSAD Apr 1, 1999 198
Care And Abuse Of Brass. PETTY, CHARLES E. Apr 1, 1999 533
Gunsmithing equals money: offering this service to your customers means a lucrative revenue stream. Stewart, Cal Jun 1, 1997 1773
Build good customer relations in 10 minutes. Parsons, Lisa Jul 1, 1995 1151
Fitting the defensive firearm: "making the trusty six-gun a perfect fit." (retrofitting of revolvers for self-defense purposes) Ayoob, Massad Sep 1, 1993 1267
Gunsmithing for the dealer: how you can give your patrons the "custom" treatment. Farrell, Scott Aug 1, 1993 990
What to do with water damaged guns? James, Frank W. company profile Aug 1, 1991 1022
Left-handed windage knobs. Schumaker, William Oct 1, 1990 683
Switching components: good or bad? Zutz, Don Jul 1, 1990 993
Tasco offers strain-free scope mounts. Schumaker, William Jul 1, 1990 848
Solicit small gun repairs. Schumaker, William Jun 1, 1990 1025
Cleaning kits can be an easy sell. Elliott, Barbara; Elliot, Brook Sep 1, 1989 1719
"Chisel" case extraction is a hopeless matter. Schumaker, William column Mar 1, 1989 1120
Gunsmithing tips that can save us all time money. Schumaker, William column Jan 1, 1989 1125
Looks ugly? What do you expect for $100? ... but it shoots beautiful! Renner, Roger Dec 1, 1985 3399
Flitz - the non-abrasive cleaner. Arnold, Dave Dec 1, 1985 569
How to: tune your revolver. Milek, Bob Oct 1, 1985 2781
Don't send your guns to an early grave; follow these expert tips on easy gun care. Lott, Jack Oct 1, 1985 2208
Sheepskin gun wipe. Rutledge, Lee A. Product/Service Evaluation Oct 1, 1985 164
Waterproof your guns! Spangenberger, Phil Oct 1, 1984 1496
Beeman firearms cleaning kits. Glaze, Ralph C. Mar 1, 1984 601

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