Making Odd Ones Shoot

The best gunsmithing effort won’t return a completed project to shooting status until ammunition is arranged. Here’s an approach to loading unusual or unavailable cartridges.

by Ray Ordorica
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The M1 Carbine

History and maintenance guide for America’s first Personal Defense Weapon: United States Carbine, Caliber .30, M1.

by Paul Mazan
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Shop-Made Tools, Fixtures, Parts

They say that necessity is the mother of invention. Sometimes, making tools, fixtures, and parts for your shop is such a necessity.

by Robert E. Fried
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Maximizing The AR-15

A former military armorer reveals his secrets for cutting AR-15 group sizes in half.

by Joe Carlos
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Ruger Ultimate Bullseye Upgrade, Part Two

We finish our Ruger Bullseye upgrade by completing the trigger job, internals, magazine, and grip.

by David Allen Dumeah
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Ruger Ultimate Bullseye Upgrade, Part One

From workhorse to thoroughbred, the prolific and popular Ruger Mark I and II rimfire pistols are readily converted into top Bullseye performers.

by David Allen Dumeah
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Sierra’s New MatchKing

Evaluating the second generation 90 grain .224 MatchKing bullet.

by Joe Carlos
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