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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The “Untouched” Martini-Henry, Part One

A cautionary tale of restoring a classic single-shot battle rifle. Here’s how I restored the stockwork and wood.

by Paul Mazan
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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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Accurizing Enfield Rifles

Sometimes reducing harmonics is the only way of accurizing a rifle. Here’s how to do it with Enfield rifles.

by Sergey Lyalko
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Remington 788 Trigger Assembly

Removing the mystery of servicing these once-popular rifles. Here’s how to take care of Remington 788 and their triggers.

by Robert E. Fried
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“Broomhandle” Mauser

At a time when most handguns were limited to six rounds, the ten-shot Mauser C96 (Construktion 96) caught the attention of the world for its unprecedented capacity and formidable high-velocity 7.63x25mm cartridge.

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Lee-Enfield Rifles

Tips, myths, and common problems of a British classic.

by RK Campbell
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