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By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Ask The Gunsmith, Rifle

Should you bed the receiver of Savage 40? Properly bedding the receiver is extremely unlikely to have any negative consequences or degrade the accuracy of your rifle.... read more.

  • June 15, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun

Civilian commercial markets had continued to grow more prominent as the 19th century came to a close. The most successful firearms seemed to be those that could appeal to both sportsmen and militaries alike. There were more and more guns that were designed initially for battle, but managed to build a civilian following when the priority of war subsided. These were firearms like the Colt 1911, 1891 Mosin Nagant and its variants, Springfield 1903, and of course the most produced rifle ever the Mauser 98. ... read more.

  • June 07, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun

With its classic target pistol styling, the Browning Buckmaster is often regarded as an ideal handgun for the beginner target shooter. It is relatively quiet with very minimal recoil, making it a joy for new enthusiasts to shoot as they hone their handgun skills.... read more.

  • May 30, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Ask The Gunsmith, Handgun

How often should you replace the recoil spring on 1911 .45 Auto? Get your answer here.... read more.

  • May 26, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Rifle, Shotgun

One thing that nearly every shooter will encounter at some point in their shooting career is the need to recondition or restore a wooden stock on a long gun.  Most long guns made before 1960 have a wooden stock by default.... read more.

  • May 22, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Ask The Gunsmith, Hunting, Military, Rifle

What is the value of the windage clicks on the 1903A3 Springfield rear sight? Find your answer here.... read more.

  • May 14, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun

The world of revolver manufacturers is limited; outside of boutique manufacturers that make high-end revolvers, only a select few companies mass-produce revolvers. Pretty much every shooter has heard of famous manufacturers Colt and Smith & Wesson. But there is another company which rightly deserves acclaim for its wheel guns. ... read more.

  • May 10, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Hunting, Rifle

Looking for a quality bolt-action hunting rifle? Then you have probably already considered looking into some of the bigger names out there, such as the Winchester Model 70, Browning X-Bolt, or the Remington 700. These are all some really nice guns, that’s for sure, but depending on which variation you choose, these rifles can all get to be a little bit expensive.... read more.

  • May 03, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun

If you search the used revolver sections in enough gun stores, you may be lucky enough to stumble upon a gem before an excited gun collector or target shooter has the chance to snatch it up. The gem we’re talking about isn't your typical Colt Python or Smith & Wesson Registered Magnum, but instead the Dan Wesson series of revolvers. These high-quality American-made revolvers were the product of 1960s innovations that made them stand out in the revolver world to this day. Their unique story, legend... read more.

  • May 01, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in

When you picture a Civil War soldier’s rifle, most people automatically assume that the soldier is going to be carrying an American made rifle. No matter which side of the conflict he is fighting for, Union or Confederate, you would probably assume it to be either a Springfield, or Harpers Ferry Armory produced weapon, or one of the copies made by commercial or government interests in the North and South.... read more.

  • April 23, 2019