The Mossberg MVP
The Mossberg MVP
Ever since the Trench Magazine days of World War 1, detachable magazine bolt-action rifles have been a reality. Once restricted to military and police weapons, commercial manufacturers have in the past decade or so reali ...
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The StG44 and Its Appeal to US buyers
The StG44 and Its Appeal to US buyers
Of all of the world's military rifles, one of the most exotic and hard to find in US collections is the German StG44. Even though it was mass-produced and nearly a half-million were cranked out, most US firearms junkies h ...
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The British WWII Swift Training Rifle
The British WWII Swift Training Rifle
In June 1940, Great Britain stood alone against the amassed hordes of Nazi Germany. Her European Allies, France, Poland, Belgium, Norway, Denmark and Holland had all been crushed by the Blitzkrieg. Her own British Expedi ...
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1894 Winchester Take Down
1894 Winchester Take Down
Firearms historians such as RL Wilson and Hal Herring have referred to the Model 1894 as the “ultimate lever-action design.” Designed by John Moses Browning (what famous American firearm wasn’t?) It was the first commerci ...
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Veteran Military Bolt Rifles Still in Use
Veteran Military Bolt Rifles Still in Use
The military rifle is one of my favorite subspecies of firearm ever designed. Bolt-action rifles especially fit this bill. These hardy veterans are classified since about 1947 as being 'obsolete,' replaced by the full siz ...
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The Mosin Sniper Rifle in Profile
The Mosin Sniper Rifle in Profile
The Mosin-Nagant was adopted in 1891 by imperial Russia. The action of the rifle was developed by Colonel Serge Mosin of the Imperial Russian Army and the magazine by the Emile Nagant of Belgium. It was manufactured chro ...
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Making A Custom Front Sight
Making A Custom Front Sight
If you've ever wanted a custom touch on your rifle but are on a budget, this might be an answer. Here is a custom front sight that you can make at home with tools that you most likely already have available.Start with a ...
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The Big Box AR
The Big Box AR
Looking at the offerings from the classic 'big box' sporting goods stores like Bass Pro Shop, Cabelas, Academy Sports, Sportsman's Warehouse and others, there is a flood of AR-style modern sporting rifles available in se ...
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The Mosin M44 Scout Project
The Mosin M44 Scout Project
Produced in figures of no less than 48 million by at least a dozen countries from 1891 through 1973 the Mosin-Nagant rifle was robust, accurate, and reliable. The Mosin was the bread and butter of the Russian and later S ...
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Silver and Gold or Brass and Steel
Silver and Gold or Brass and Steel
Investment firms across the country for a generation have recommended buying precious metals such as silver and gold as a hedge against inflation. However, what should be evaluated alongside that in investing in steel and ...
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