Winchester .22 Speedloader

Suitable for Winchester 190, 290, and Sears Roebuck & Co. Ted Williams 3T/3T-A tube-fed .22 rifles, this speedloader makes loading them faster and easier. We’ll start the project with needed maintenance.

by Ed Nutter
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Sighting In Fixed-Sight Revolvers

Fixed sights are not readily adjustable but within a gunsmith’s ability. Here’s how to do it.

by RK Campbell
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Remington M700 Recoil Lug Alignment Jig

Using a special recoil lug alignment jig while installing a barrel on a Remington Model 700 rifle series receiver eliminates the guess work in proper barrel installation. Here’s how to make and use one.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Forward Thinking Forward Assist

Ever consider the AR-15 forward assist as a decorative piece? Options are few but this small addition will surely grab the attention of fellow shooters at the line.

by Robert Coles
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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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Enhancing Action Rigidity With A Scope Base

As we mount a heavy barrel to a rifle receiver, resultant suspension leverage can actually flex or spring the action. A good, one-piece scope base adds rigidity to action.

by Norman E. Johnson
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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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