Sales Drive Up Demand For Gunsmiths

According to a report in the Palladium Item (pal-item.com) gunsmiths could see more demand in the near future. All-American Pawn, a firearms store in Richmond, Indiana, has seen what proprietor Jerry Oppy calls a “heavy” increase in sales.
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Maintaining The Charles Daly Field Grade .22LR

How to tear down, clean and put back together a Charles Daly Field Grade 22LR/Armscor M14P.

by David W. Manney
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A New Scope Mount For Older Savage 112s

Finding a Picatinny scope base for older Savage Model 112 single shot rifles was difficult until I came upon Evolution Gun Works.

by Norman E. Johnson

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Dakota Model 10 Single Shot

Two firsts for me, working with the Dakota Model 10 single shot action and a Kashmiri walnut stock blank, both provided by the customer.

by Dominick Pisano
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Keeping The Garand Running

Praised by Patton, the world’s first self-loading battle rifle remains popular. Here’s how to keep US Rifle, Cal. .30, M1 going.

by RK Campbell
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Taking Down A Remington Army Model 1858

It took a while before this large frame revolver found a home with the military and became a popular sidearm in the American West.

by Chick Blood
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