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.

Preview: Osprey Compact 3-9X 42 mm

True to its name, the Compact 3-9X 42 mm riflescope from Osprey Global measures 3" shorter than most scopes on the market of similar magnification range and objective diameter.

Preview: Sarco, Inc. 2nd Amendment Pint Glass

Show your support of our right to keep and bear arms with Sarco, Inc.’s latest addition to its catalog, a USA-made pint glass emblazoned with “2nd Amendment” and the iconic introductory text of that sacred right.

Optical Resolution: How Sharp Is Sharp?

Can’t see the deer rack your buddy spotted, despite the fact you have bigger binoculars? Can’t find the holes in the paper but the guy next to you can? It’s time you learned about optical resolution.

The Truth About The Revenant, Hugh Glass and His Rifle

The powerful, Golden-Globe-winning and Oscar-worthy film is brilliantly acted beautifully photographed, but it misses the whole point of legendary mountain man Hugh Glass. He just wanted his rifle back.

Book Excerpt: Gun Control in The Third Reich

The seemingly benign gun-registration laws of the Weimar Republic were used by the Nazis to disarm their political opponents and the nation’s Jewish population. Searching for arms was one of the pretexts of the “Night of Broken Glass,” and here, in their own words, Jewish victims of Reichskristallnacht speak.

How to Glass Bed a Rifle

Glass bedding provides a solid platform for the action of a rifle to sit, and mates the action to the stock, preventing any movement. While there are many ways to bed a rifle, the procedure is basically the same. With careful planning and a little homework you can get professional performance from your bedding job. Here are the steps to bed your rifle like a pro.

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