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The M1 Garand: History & Disassembly

Learn about the iconic M1 Garand, also known as the "U.S. Rifle, Cal. 30, M1," and learn how to disassemble yours for cleaning and maintenance.

Exploded View: Ruger 10/22 Carbine

When released to the shooting public in 1964, the rimfire Ruger 10/22 retained the sleek outline of the company’s earlier Model 44 center-fire carbine.

Exploded View: Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I

The No. 4 Mk I Lee-Enfield made up the bulk of rifles used by British soldiers during World War II. Here's some background and disassembly tips.

Exploded View: Winchester Model 12

The Winchester Model 12 is one of the most iconic sporting shotguns of the 20th century. Here's how it comes apart.

Exploded View: Beretta 950BS Jetfire

The Beretta 950BS Jetfire is a little pistol with some big history. Here's what it's all about and how you disassemble it.

Exploded View: Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield, Mk III

The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield, Mk III is one of the iconic bolt-action battle rifles of the 20th century. Here's how it comes apart.

Exploded View: Mossberg Brownie Pistol

From the American Rifleman archives comes this 1995 "Exploded View" by then Editor-in-Chief Pete Dickey.

Exploded View: Remington Model 870 Shotgun

Introduced in 1950, the Remington Model 870 Wingmaster was the gun of the future. Part of a modernization program for Remington, it was announced at the same time as the semi-automatic Model 11-48.

Exploded View: The Luger Pistol

The Luger is the direct descendent of Hugo Borchardt’s C-93 pistol, which was the first semi-automatic pistol to be commercially viable.

Exploded View: SKS Carbine

The SKS is somewhat unusual in that, despite being widely encountered in the United States today, it had a relatively short and uneventful service life in Russia where it originated.

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