Rifleman Q&A: Flush-Seating Wadcutters
It is necessary to flush-seat the wadcutter bullet in the .38 case when reloading for the S&W Model 52. But is this procedure more accurate than conventional overall-length bullet seating when using the cartridge in revolvers?
Rifleman Q & A: A Winchester Riflescope?
A reader inquires about an article in American Rifleman about the use of Winchester scopes as sniper optics during World War I.
Tested: SecureIt’s Agile Model 52 Ultralight Gun Safe
If the notion of “assembly required” for secure gun storage seems suspect, SecureIt has taken the dread out of those two words.
Product Preview: SecureIt Tactical Model 52 Gun Cabinet
SecureIt Tactical’s Model 52 Gun Cabinet is a lightweight gun safe with space enough to accommodate six long guns up to 50" in length.
A Look Back at the Winchester Model 52 Rifle
After the Great War, Winchester did some reorganization of its product line since returning Doughboys showed a preference for bolt-action rifles. Thus after much experimentation, the Model 52 was born.