FN FAL “Frankengun”

Known as the “Right Arm of the Free World”, the FN FAL has numerous variations. This sometimes leads to builds becoming a sort of Modern Prometheus with mixed parts. Here’s how I returned one to function.

by Dave Strom
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Marlin 60

The Marlin 60 is a ubiquitous .22 rifle and one is likely to eventually find its way into your shop. Here’s how to disassemble, maintain, functions check, and fix it.

by RK Campbell
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Save Money With Used CNC Machinery

Interested in manufacturing guns or parts? Want to automate some of your shop work? A CNC machine may be an ideal fit and buying used can save lots of money.

by Curt Doherty
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Linda Harris Memorial and Scholarship

George Harris, International Firearms Consultants founder, SIGARMS Academy co-founder, and former Army Reserve Marksmanship Team member, announced the official launch of the Linda Harris Memorial Scholarship administered by the United States Concealed Carry Association.
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Doppler radar technology offers improvements over ballistic chronographs with older-style optical sensors and screens.

by Robert Kolesar
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Parker Brothers Shotguns, Part Two

Once you find and obtain a classic Parker, it will likely be in need of some repairs, especially if you paid a less-than-premium price for it. Here are common fixes needed for these shotguns.

by Paul Mazan
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The Kel-Tec RDB

Lightweight, compact, and innovative, Kel-Tec brings another entry to the bullpup firearm market, offering true ambidextrous handling.

by Brian R. Smith
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