Adjusting Fixed Revolver Sights

Have a classic single action that won’t hit to you or your customer’s point of aim? Here are several practical tips for fixing those fixed revolver sights.

by Ed Nutter
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Finicky-Feeding Krag Sporters

Someone else may have done all the hard work, but Krag-Jørgensen rifle modifications often require tweaking. Sporterized Krags remain ubiquitous and one is bound to land on your bench at some point.

by Brian R. Smith
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Military Hardware Books

While it’s unlikely you’ll see serious military hardware in your shop, a study of their history is interesting and showcases the development of small arms. Here are some recent titles from Osprey Publishing.
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Nostalgia Sold (and Spoken) Here!

Understanding what motivates many gunsmithing customers.

by Bill Smith
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Fitting Tombstone Grips

A guide to grip fitting procedures. I’ll demonstrate using Tombstone Grips but this will work for others.

by RK Campbell
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The Seecamp Conversion

Louis Seecamp was a 1911 fan and advocate of double actions for carry. Here’s how to work common problems with his conversion.

by RK Campbell
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Accurizing An Army Pistol

A topflight 2650 Club Precision Pistol competitor breaks down the best-known approaches to building the ultimate Bullseye handgun.

by Robert Kolesar
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