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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Browning Buckmark Varmint/Silhouette

Troubleshooting the Browning Buckmark Varmint and Silhouette .22 pistol models.

by Mark R. Hollensen
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Beretta 92

A historic, issue handgun for decades, here’s how to work the Beretta 92.

by RK Campbell
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