Scope Mounting

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.

Tested: CZ P-10 M

When introducing a new pistol line, manufacturers often like to put forth a full-size initial offering before releasing something for the CCW crowd. Such was the case with CZ-USA when it introduced the P-10 C. Over time, CZ would also offer both smaller and larger versions before eventually offering its smallest to date, the P-10 M evaluated here.

Rifleman Q&A: Making Non-Toxic Pellets

I’ve heard that traditional shot pellets are made by dropping molten lead through a sieve in something called a shot tower. Today we seem to have such a variety of shot to choose from, all of which look very different from one another. What are the methods of manufacture for some of today’s non-toxic shot?

The Rifleman Report: Self-Reliance

For the entirety of this nation’s existence, Americans have depended upon firearms to ensure our survival.

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.

The UD M.’42: America’s Clandestine Submachine Gun

While the Thompson and the M3 “grease gun” served with great acclaim during World War II, a lesser-known design saw service across the world in the hands of the OSS and SOE.

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.

Preview: Commemorative Winchester AA NILO Shotshells

Winchester Ammunition is commemorating NILO’s 70th anniversary this year with a limited-edition run of its famed AA shotshell in 12 gauge.

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.

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