Hogue OverMolded Stock

A hard look at Hogue’s rifle stocks molded from durable synthetic rubber. Are they a viable improvement?

by RK Campbell
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Woodworking Tool Basics

Quality tools are a must for any project, including wood working. Here are the must-know basics.

by RK Campbell
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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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Parker Brothers Shotguns, Part One

Among the most classic of American-made shotguns, Parker Brothers guns are premium shotguns that can be had for a reasonable price… if you know what to look for.

by Paul Mazan
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Installing A Curved Steel Buttplate

Classic spurred steel buttplates look nice and provide a slip-free anchor between your shoulder and the gun.

by Paul Mazan
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Wood-Stocked AR-15s

The AR-15 was first created to take advantage of “space age” materials but new offerings can make modern sporting rifles more traditional. Wood stocks provide a classy new look of a combat classic.

NOTE: Wood For AR by Lucid (WoodForAR.com, 605/996-7474) phone number doesn’t work.

by Dean Meier
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Fun With Flintlocks

Inexpensive flintlocks are great project guns to learn how to work on a host of gunsmithing tasks. Here’s how to hone your skills with one of the oldest firearm types.

by Paul Mazan
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