Precision Scope Mounting The Remington XP-100

Conventional scope mounting often fails to bring out best accuracy in a firearm. Here’s how a quality scope mounting system on the legendary, half-century old Remington XP-100 pistol changed all that.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Knight DISC Extreme Bedding

When a rifle begins to fail in accuracy, action bedding is often the best course of action. Here’s how I applied receiver bedding to a Knight DISC Extreme muzzleloader.

by Norman E. Johnson
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Making Custom Bolt Handles

Custom bolt handles are expensive, however, they can be readily made in your shop. Here’s the materials and how-to for making a bolt handle from scratch for your custom rifle project.

by Tony E. Wilson
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Pins And Screws

Use and care of the tiny but important components holding our guns and machines together.

by RK Campbell
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Making M70 Ejector Pins

Making a gun part may prove less complicated than ordering one, particularly when the part is needed in a hurry. Here’s how I made a Winchester Model 70 ejector pin.

by Norman E. Johnson
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New AR-15 Triggers

An overview of good trigger action, how the AR-15 does it, and how it can be improved.

by RK Campbell
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Changing And Regulating Glock Sights

How to modify and set up sights for this popular service pistol.

by RK Campbell
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