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Articles In 'Military'

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 Military

The Webley revolver has gone down in history as an everlasting symbol of the British Empire. Initially entering into service in the 1880s, it would go on to be one of the longest serving handguns in military history, only being replaced in 1963 as standard, and continuing to serve in other nations to this day.... read more.

  • March 27, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Military, Rifle

In the mid-to-late 19th century, there was rapid advancement in military technology, specifically in the form of new weaponry.  During this time, countless manufacturers discovered new ways to better equip soldiers for the battlefield.  Muskets gave way to lever-action and bolt-action rifles, and eventually the United States military saw the need for a standard issue semi-automatic rifle.  This is where the history of the world-famous M1 Garand begins.... read more.

  • February 11, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Hunting, Military, Rifle

Lear more about the history of Remington 700.  First introduced in 1962, the 700 came in two variations, the ADL and BDL. The Model 700 has been a favorite of competitive shooters and hunters for decades now, but no one has had to place more trust in its performance than our military snipers.... read more.

  • November 05, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Military

United States military firearms have evolved quite a bit over the years.  The evolution of the sidearm, from single shot percussion pistols, to the cap and ball revolvers, to the modern semi-automatic pistols of the 21st century, has been a long road with many updates along the way.... read more.

  • October 29, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Hunting, Military, Rifle, Shotgun

Looking to replace your extractor?  Extractors are one of these busy little parts and are often overlooked and taken for granted, because they do not handle any of the stress involved in actually firing the round.  Semi-auto pistols and rifles, and some bolt-actions use a variety of extractor styles that are manufactured out of thinner and more vulnerable metals. Thankfully shopping for a replacement can be just as easy because here at Numrich Gun Parts we carry extractors of all shapes and sizes,... read more.

  • October 25, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Military, Rifle, Shotgun

Up until 1911, the US Military made constant changes to their choice of sidearm, always looking to upgrade to the latest piece of technology. The introduction of the Colt 1911 changed that way of thinking, proving to be so effective in the field that there wouldn't be a switch away from the workhorse for almost 75 years.... read more.

  • September 18, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Military

With its own long and storied history, new collectors or history enthusiasts might pause to ask - what does ‘Ma Deuce” mean?... read more.

  • September 11, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Military, Rifle, Shotgun

By the time the M1909 revolver was adopted by the US military, there had been incredible advancements in weapon technology happening for quite some time. Gone were the days of charging into battle with cap and ball revolvers and single shot muskets. Self-contained metallic cartridges were the standard; by the early 1900s, guns were being loaded and shot faster and more accurately than ever before.... read more.

  • August 21, 2018

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Military, Rifle, Shotgun

In our first article in this series, we covered the early history of US Military sidearms, starting with flintlock pistols and continuing to the end of the Civil War and the various Cap and Ball revolvers in use during that time.  For part two in our series on the history of US Military Sidearms, we will be exploring the time frame of 1865 to 1910.... read more.

  • July 25, 2018