Kimber K6s Revolver

While looking very much like a S&W J-Frame, the Kimber K6s shows some improvements.

by RK Campbell
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Savage Model 12 Extractor Retrofit

Sometimes a new or modified part becomes necessary to improve the dependable and safe function of a firearm. Here’s a closer look on how I retrofitted a Savage Model 12 extractor.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Precision Bedding For Winchester Model 70 Stealth II Rifles

Few rifles bear close resemblance when it comes down to bedding for best accuracy and there are no real mysteries involved.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Adjusting Fixed Revolver Sights

Have a classic single action that won’t hit to you or your customer’s point of aim? Here are several practical tips for fixing those fixed revolver sights.

by Ed Nutter
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Finicky-Feeding Krag Sporters

Someone else may have done all the hard work, but Krag-Jørgensen rifle modifications often require tweaking. Sporterized Krags remain ubiquitous and one is bound to land on your bench at some point.

by Brian R. Smith
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Military Hardware Books

While it’s unlikely you’ll see serious military hardware in your shop, a study of their history is interesting and showcases the development of small arms. Here are some recent titles from Osprey Publishing.
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