Wendell Deaner recognized by Brownells

American Gunsmith author Wendell Deaner was recently recognized by Frank Brownell for his writing:

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Scoping 1896 Mauser Actions

Drilling and tapping for Weaver bases on 1896 Mausers.

by Wendell Dwight Deaner
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Stranded and Shaped Wire Springs Provide Strength and Durability

Stranded and Shaped Wire Springs Provide Strength and Durability

Ideal for firearm recoil springs

By Dale Pereira

 
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Damaged Screw Heads

Few things make an otherwise good gun look shabby more than buggered screw heads. Here’s how to address them.

by RK Campbell
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Custom Firing Pin For A Stevens Single Shot Rifle

Finding a firing pin for an old Stevens single shot rifle was unsuccessful. Making one turned out to be a viable alternative.

by Norman E. Johnson
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The Marlin/Glenfield 60

An amazing 11 million Glenfield 60’s have been sold since its introduction in 1960, proving an inexpensive .22 semiautomatic rifle appeals to everyone except gun writers.

by Paul Mazan
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The AMT BackUp Returns… On Steroids

With some improvements already made and more to come, its newest in a long line of makers is no stranger to maintaining quality.

by Chick Blood
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