Rifle Bedding

Glass Bedding A Rifle Stock

Stock bedding isn’t the quickest and easiest process, but it can be done—and done well—with the proper preparation, tools and patience.

Applying A Bake-On Firearm Finish

Save money and time refurbishing that old field gun with an easy-to-apply spray-on coating from Wheeler Engineering.

Riflescope Setup: Installing Standard Bases & Rings

Mounting a scope on a rifle is not all that hard, and anyone who is reasonably handy can, with a minimum of tools, do it right. This is one of those projects that works as well on a kitchen table as it does in a fully equipped shop.

Riflescope Ready: Sighting-In A Hunting Rifle

Properly sighting-in a rifle before embarking on a big-game hunt is as fundamentally important as buying a license. If you forget or choose to ignore the process, you simply deserve to miss.

Tips & Techniques: DIY Metal Finishing

Refinishing the metalwork of a firearm is not as complicated as you might think, and the options have changed over the years.

Tips & Techniques: How To Remove Stripped Or Stuck Screws

Let's face it, sometimes we mess up and strip out a screw head. Sometimes it's stripped due to corroded threads. Nonetheless, with a few simple tips and proper tools, you'll be well on your way to loosened fasteners.

Reloading Centerfire Ammunition: Tips For Getting Started

Pride and satisfaction are the top reasons for handloading centerfire cartridges, but better accuracy and economy factor in, too. Regardless of why you want to reload, here’s how to get started.

Tips & Techniques: Installing A Short-Chambered Barrel Without A Lathe

Installing a short-chambered barrel yourself might be the best financial option for that tired old Remington Model 700. Start by following these simple steps.

Federal Fusion: Inside The Bonded Rifle Bullet

While it has all the technology and history of Federal and Speer behind it, the Fusion line of factory ammunition is a standalone line of centerfire rifle ammo.

Breaking Barriers: Ruger's .204

Based off of the .222 Remington Magnum cartridge and stuffed with a .20-cal. Hornady bullet, the Ruger .204 cartridge supplies 4,200 f.p.s. with mild recoil and surprisingly good barrel life.

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