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Numrich Gun Parts Corporation is America’s leading supplier of hard-to-find, obsolete, and rare gun parts and accessories.

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

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Rifle

This wildly popular bolt-action rifle is considered an icon among collectors and American Sportsmen alike. First introduced in 1936, the Model 70 was escalated to an elite status by the great outdoorsman and writer Jack O’Connor, who documented countless adventures with his trusty bolt gun. Anyone familiar with Jack knows his favorite chambering for his Model 70 was the .270 Winchester, which coincidentally debuted in 1925 as a chambering for the Model 54, the direct predecessor of the Model 70.... read more.

  • April 19, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in

Rust is the enemy of all metal objects, and collector and antique firearms.  Nothing aside from fire can destroy the value and appearance of a vintage firearm faster than rust. Any metal product, no matter what kind of protective coating it has, can develop rust in the proper conditions. This even includes modern guns like GLOCKs. Yes, even GLOCK pistols can and do develop rust if exposed to specific conditions.... read more.

  • April 12, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun

The GLOCK brand has become one of the more popular names in modern firearms. Although, a relative newcomer in comparison to many other firearm manufacturers, they have experienced rapid growth in the global marketplace, and more specifically within the United States over the last few decades. Even those that are not familiar with handguns or have no interest in firearms at all, probably recognize the name GLOCK as a gun maker.... read more.

  • April 08, 2019