Ruger P-Series Custom Touches

Like Rodney Dangerfield, the Ruger P-Series pistols “can’t get no respect” since being introduced in 1985. Here’s how to customize them.

by Paul Mazan
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Requiem For A Gunsmith, Part One

A gunsmith reminisces over decades of hard-won knowledge.

by Wendell Dwight Deaner
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Scoping Swedish Mausers

Scoping older foreign made rifles, such as the Model 96 Swedish Mauser, results in fine shooting rifles.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Retention Of AR-15 Barrel Extensions

When building AR-15s, or any firearm, taking simple, proactive steps can avoid future embarrassment.

by Joe Carlos
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Working The Beretta 92FS

The ‘F’ indicates US Military testing and the ‘S’ is for the enlarge hammer pin to kept the slide from flying off if it cracks.

by David W. Manney
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Shooter’s Guide to Rifle Marksmanship

Paul Mazan’s New Book

American Gunsmith regular Paul Mazan just published his first book, Heart of a Warrior.

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