Accurizing An Army Pistol

A topflight 2650 Club Precision Pistol competitor breaks down the best-known approaches to building the ultimate Bullseye handgun.

by Robert Kolesar
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The Safety Fast Shooting System

Carrying “cocked and locked” may give a threatening appearance to some. For those that need or want another option, here’s how to install the Cylinder & Slide Safety Fast Shooting System.

by Charlie Briggs
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Big Modern Sporting Rifles

The AR-15 and AR-10 may be ubiquitous but this platform can be made to handle much larger cartridges.

by Dean Meier
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New AR-15 Products

Cool stuff for America’s favorite rifle.

by Joe Carlos
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Precision Case Neck Turning In A Lathe

The importance the cartridge case plays in shooting cannot be overemphasized as it involves both accuracy and safety. Neck turning cases in a lathe creates zero run out in a fraction of the time using a conventional, hand-operated, neck turning tools.

by Norman E. Johnson
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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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