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Lew Horton S&W Model 29

Lew Horton Distributing has created an updated version of the iconic S&W Model 29.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 Exploded View

An exploded view diagram of the classic Smith and Wesson Model 29 revolver, one of the first firearms chambered for the powerful .44 Magnum cartridge. Companion piece to the article with disassembly instructions "Smith & Wesson Model 29."

Webley Mark VI Revolver

The Webley was the quintessential British revolver, with the Mark VI remaining as the standard until 1936.

SIG Sauer P226

The P226 is a popular handgun with law enforcement officers and civilians.

Smith and Wesson Model 29

In the years immediately following World War II, experimenters had been developing ever more powerful loads for the .44 Spl. cartridge. It was natural that a more powerful counterpart to that round should be developed in the same way that the .357 Mag. evolved from the .38 Spl.

Exploded View of the French MAS 49/56

For 30 years, the French Army used a version of the MAS 49/56 chambered in 7.5x54 mm.

The M1 Garand

Considered one of the finest rifles ever produced by American armories.

Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol

Exploded view of Heckler & Koch P7 Pistol

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle served the British Army during World War II and beyond.

ArmaLite M-15 A2 Carbine

Exploded view and break-down instructions for AR-platform rifles.

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