An introduction to the Brownells Reloading Series.
This video is a demonstration of the Leupold AR-15 Mark 4 CQ/T Scope.
If you're a long-time WebBench reader, you may recall I relined the barrel of an 1889 Marlin .38-40 lever action as part of an effort to give new life to an old classic that had fallen on hard times.
I decided that I needed a few days off and I realized that I ran out of vacation time already.
I often wonder if Bill Ruger had any idea how popular the 10/22® rimfire rifle would become when he first introduced it in 1964.
We got snow in northern Iowa this week – and I bought a new Farmer's Almanac. Kinda afraid what is in the forecast for the winter. I know winter's coming – and some of you had a major blizzard already if you're in North Dakota.
I'm going to write about some of the shooting I do, and some of the things I see and learn. I'm no great traveling pro, I usually finish in the bottom quarter of the field, I don't go as much as I'd like to, and my scope is pretty limited.
One of the more common upgrades for the Glock pistol is the replacement of the factory slide stop lever (SSL). The factory SSL is small and flat and hard for some shooters to operate, while various aftermarket SSLs offer a larger surface area for a better grip and easier operation. We will call these "extended slide stop levers" or ESSLs in the rest of this article.
A judge was interviewing a woman regarding her pending divorce, and asked, "What are the grounds for your divorce?"
It's officially fall! I truly hope you're able to get out in pursuit of your favorite game - or have solid plans to do so in the coming weeks.
As I write this, a goodly number of us are ramping up for the Labor Day weekend, the "unofficial" end of summer.
Few things make an otherwise good gun look shabby more than buggered screw heads. Here’s how to address them.
Sally was driving home from one of her business trips in Northern Arizona when she saw an elderly Navajo woman walking on the side of the road. As the trip was a long and quiet one, she stopped the car and asked the Navajo woman if she would like a ride...
Many classic hunting rifles have been built on converted military Mauser actions. Although not as cheap and readily available as in the past, a military Mauser can still be the foundation of a high-quality custom rifle. Here’s one gunsmith’s journey to Mauser Nirvana.