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Tech Tip: AR-15 Pistols
Tech Tip: AR-15 Pistols

In this Tech Tip, Brownells gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the various choices users have when building an AR-15 Pistol.

1911 Plunger Tube Staking Tool
1911 Plunger Tube Staking Tool

The 1911 Plunger Tube Staking Tool is designed to be used securely locked in a vise or some other solid bench mount. Lock bottom "leg" in vise with handle up

GT4 Front Sight Tool For Glocks
GT4 Front Sight Tool For Glocks

GT4 Front Sight Tool For Glocks

1911 Frame Measurements
1911 Frame Measurements

Thought we'd share a simple cheat sheet to fit your slide and frame on your next 1911 build.

Ruger XR, XR3-RED & New Model grip frames.
Ruger XR, XR3-RED & New Model grip frames.

Explanation about different generations of Ruger single action revolvers.

Trouble shooting H&R .22 Short Conversion and other feeding issues
Trouble shooting H&R .22 Short Conversion and other feeding issues

Article giving tips to improve .22 short cycling issues.

Brownells DIY S&W Revolver Upgrade Kit
Brownells DIY S&W Revolver Upgrade Kit

This kit includes replacement parts for the grip, springs, and the clip draw and tools needed to install those parts. Because springs are under compression, safety glasses are advised.

Brownells AR-15/M16
9mm
Flash Suppressor
Brownells AR-15/M16 9mm Flash Suppressor

Install lock nut or peel washer onto threaded portion of the barrel and remove Brownells Compensator from package and thread it onto the barrel.

Brownells 1911 Sear Fixture
Brownells 1911 Sear Fixture

Disassemble the pistol and remove the sear and hammer components. If you do not know how to disassemble our pistol, we have reference manuals available.

Brownells Barrel Set-Back Fixture
Brownells Barrel Set-Back Fixture

Brownells Barrel Set Back Fixture is designed for the Gunsmith who does not have a lathe, to enable him to set back revolver barrels to correct excessive barrel-cylinder gap. “Set Back” is the process of shortening the distance from the barrel muzzle to the barrel shoulder.