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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.

Rifleman Q&A: Centering Crosshairs

From the September 2004 archives of American Rifleman, learn the procedure for centering a riflescope's reticle.

Legendary Gunsmith Chip McCormick Passes Away

Chip McCormick, one of the firearm industry's leading innovators and a top competitor, passed away in early June 2021.

Precision Rifle Stocks by WOOX: The Wild Man

WOOX offers an affordable hybrid design with its Wild Man Precision Rifle Stock by incorporating an aluminum mini chassis with wood furniture.

Custom Pistolsmith Terry Tussey Passes Away

Renowned custom pistolsmith Terry Tussey passed away in November 2020, leaving behind a rich legacy of custom work.

Keep Your Gun Running: Survival Kits for Rifles

We often talk about bug-out rifles and survival kits for ourselves, but what about the tools and parts you need to keep your gun running?

Preview: Ammo Boost Magazine Conversion Kits

Legacy Sports Int’l. has announced its offering of detachable box magazine kits for Howa 1500 and Remington 700 BDL rifles—Ammo Boost.

Guns as Tools: Shiny Safe Queens or Reliable Workhorses?

I've always considered a gun to be a tool, and like any other tool, I don't baby them. Their main purpose is performance, not aesthetics.

Dealing With Fouling: Getting Out What You Put In

So, you have a rifle that simply isn’t accurate anymore. What do you do? The answer may lie in cleaning the barrel like you’ve never cleaned it before.

Product Preview: Lyman Borecam

This digital borescope, with the assistance of the included monitor, allows shooters to visually inspect their guns’ barrels for rifling and chamber damage and fouling.

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