.224 Valkyrie Precision Problems

While my initial tests with 90 grain bullets had some problems, improved performance with this cartridge may be fixable.

by Joe Carlos
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DoD Small Arms Repair Technician

The Soldiers are my customers. What does this customer need and how can I provide that based on time, money, and equipment?

by Stephanie Martz
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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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Modern Case Hardening

Finishes have advanced greatly since basic bluing. Ferritic nitrocarburizing is incredibly durable but was never aesthetically pleasing. Blacknitride+™ and ArmorTi changes that notion.

by American Gunsmith Staff
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British Enfield History, Part Two

Wrapping up our history of British Enfield service rifles, we’ll finish with the bolt-action repeaters.

by Paul Mazan

In Part One we took a look at the muzzleloading and single-shot British service rifles manufactured at the Royal Small Arms Factory in the London Borough of Enfield. In this segment we will look at the bolt-action repeaters.

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British Enfield History, Part One

We’ll take a look at the history of British Enfield service rifles, starting with muzzleloaders and single shots.

by Paul Mazan
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New For 2018

A selection of new tools and parts for gunsmiths.

by American Gunsmith Staff
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