Permanent Rifle Bedding

Here’s the results of bedding a M1A rifle action in its stock permanently; that is, epoxied together as one unit. Ancillary comments on increasing stock rigidity are included.

by J. C. Tate, CDR USN (Ret)
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Improved AK Trigger

Kalashnikov rifles are the most produced in history. Every firearm can benefit from an improved trigger. Here’s an evaluation and installation instructions for FIME Group’s FCG trigger for AK/RPK rifles.

by RK Campbell
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Cable-Control Trigger Release

A cable-controlled trigger release can be a great aid to accuracy in rifle testing. Here’s how to design and build one yourself.

by Norman E. Johnson
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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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