Working .22 Rifles

Providing good service for small, common repair jobs can help build your gunsmith business.

by RK Campbell
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Soft Metal Vise Jaws

Few tools are more used by the gunsmith than the bench vise with cross-hatched steel jaws and a swivel base. Here’s how to make a set of jaws out of copper or brass.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Counterbalancing Rifle Stocks

In the accuracy arena, where 1/8 minute of angle makes a difference, overall rifle balance can play a huge part. Among the more useful aids in achieving stock/rifle balance is additional weight in the buttstock.

by Norman E. Johnson
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.32 Rimfire Conversion

Rifles chambered in obsolete calibers present unique restoration opportunities and challenges.

by Paul Mazan
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Bullet Seating Sweet Spot

Determining ideal loading maximizes ammunition effectiveness.

by Joe Carlos
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