The Golden Mean by Speedy Gonzalez
Consistent accuracy is what all shooters are ultimately looking for when hunting or target shooting.
I suppose it’s only fair to tell you that after all of the parts were polished and ready that I was a little apprehensive about the next step.
In the last episode, I installed a rifled liner into a well-worn
and was able to get it shooting again. Now the groups it
shoots are beautiful
to look at.
Got a great old gun that you’d love to shoot if only the rifling was in better shape™ I have an 1889 Marlin lever gun in .38-40 that
has seen better days, to put it mildly.
It seems that one of the most common magazine tube
problems that come
across our desks in the Tech Department are those pesky
Model 60 inner magazine tubes.
This month we’re going to show you how to
re-barrel a Savage Model
110 bolt action rifle; one of the easier rifles to re-barrel.
Last time, we bedded the gun, shot it a bit, and then talked
about the Manson
Last month we did some shooting, bedded the action into the stock and did some more shooting. This month, we’ll start out with a trigger adjustment, shoot a bit more, then explain
what we’re going to do next and introduce the Dave Manson tooling we’ll use to fully accurize the action.
Last month we built our own
Remington 700 from
parts and tools all available here at Brownells. It was a lot
complete than I had anticipated.
Brownells has recently been informed by ATK Alliant Techsystems that converting .22 caliber rimfire semi-automatic firearms to the new Hornady .17 Mach 2 caliber could result in premature exposure of the fired cartridge resulting in potential serious injury.
Building your own custom rifle has
too far beyond the skills of the average Joe. But with a lot of
a little skill and some guidance from Brownells you'll learn
how to build
a custom Remington 700.
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