Rock River 20" Stainless Steel Varmint Barrel Assembly

Preview: Rock River 20" Stainless Steel Varmint Barrel Assembly

Stabilizing standard and heavy-for-caliber bullets, Rock River’s Varmint Barrel Assembly is designed for high-volume shooting at pesky critters.

Preview: Boyds Agility Performance Gunstock

A feature-rich design, robust laminated-wood construction and availability for common action fits makes the Agility gunstock from Boyds a worthwhile upgrade for rifle shooters.

Rifleman Q&A: When To Replace Recoil Springs?

Would you please offer general suggestions as to the signs which indicate impending replacement of a recoil spring?

Preview: Wheeler F.A.T. Wrench

The F.A.T. (Firearm Accurizing Torque) Wrench from Wheeler allows you to consistently apply the appropriate amount of torque, simply.

Preview: Real Avid Master Gun Vise

Real Avid’s Master Gun Vise includes an articulating ball-and-socket joint that allows gunsmiths and hobbyists to orient a secured firearm in any direction without having to release the vise jaws.

Preview: Lyman Borecam Pro

The new Lyman Borecam Pro provides cordless barrel-inspection from a tool capable of sending captured images and video directly to the user’s smartphone.

Preview: SilencerCo Gas Defeating Charging Handle

Until now, gas blowback stinging the eyes of those shooting suppressed AR-15s has been a fact of life, but SilencerCo designed its Gas Defeating Charging Handle (GDCH) to prevent watery, stinging eyes from dampening any range experience.

Preview: Real Avid 13-Piece Master-Fit Wrench Set

The heavy-duty Master-Fit 1/2" ratcheting torque wrench comes paired with a comprehensive assortment of 12 single-purpose crowfoot wrenches.

Preview: Midwest Industries Upper Receiver Rod

The Upper Receiver Rod (URR) from Midwest Industries is an American-made, inside-the-receiver vice block that is designed to service AR-15-type carbines, handguns and rifles.

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.

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