Nambu Type 14

The Japanese Nambu Type 14 chambered in 8x22mm is not as uncommon as you think. Here’s how to handle one if it should cross your bench.

by Mark R. Hollensen
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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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The Traveling Uberti 1873

“It’s unfired,” the seller said. He wasn’t exaggerating – it couldn’t be loaded. Here’s the case of the traveling Uberti 1873 rifle.

by Brian R. Smith
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Colt 1889 Revolver

The Colt 1889 is a precedent-setting double-action revolver designed before the Smith & Wesson patent. Here’s what you need to know to work on them.

by Mark R. Hollensen
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Beretta Model 76

Produced from 1971 to 1985, Beretta’s Model 76 was the company’s 70-series semi-automatic .22LR target pistol. Here’s how to maintain on work on it.

by Mark R. Hollensen
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Ruger Revolver Tuning

Ruger’s single-action revolvers have a deserved reputation for reliability but benefit from gunsmith attention. Here’s how to tune them up.

by RK Campbell
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Remington 788 Trigger Assembly

Removing the mystery of servicing these once-popular rifles. Here’s how to take care of Remington 788 and their triggers.

by Robert E. Fried
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