Changes Are a Comin’ (They Are Here)

These ramblings of an old gunsmith may be considered by the less educated to be just that, but hard-won wisdom may be the ticket to improving your business.

by Arthur J. Hunt Sr.

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Refinishing A Stevens .410 Double Shotgun

How much time and effort do you put into mending a family heirloom? Sometimes, a repair doesn’t have to be practical to make the effort worth it.

by Dominick Pisano

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Making A Single Shot Rifle Pattern

Given the pleasing, classic lines of the Remington Rolling Block No. 2 action, along with a can’t-pass gun show find, making a hand-built stock is well worth the effort!

by Dominick Pisano

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Working The Stevens Visible Loader

The Stevens Model 70 Visible Loader is starting to show collector interest. Here is the critical function, disassembly, and reassembly procedures with a guide to reference materials and parts.

by Robert A. Scott

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Receiver Side Base For Model 70 Winchesters

Proper installation of a receiver side base for a Model 70 Winchester is basically a straight forward gunsmithing procedure. However, re-doing a botched job sends a special message to any gunsmith. Here’s the procedure I used for a RPA Trakker Target Sight.

by Norman E. Johnson

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