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Articles In 'Rifle'

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 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 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 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 Handgun, Rifle, Shotgun

So, you inherited an old firearm and need to find the value for it. Where do you go?The answer to this is simple; there are a few main ways of valuing firearms. First, there are books. Second, there are auction results. And last but not least, you can always take it to your local dealer.  Let's discuss each of these in a little more detail.... read more.

  • March 19, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Handgun, Rifle

Often times the greatest discoveries begin with a smaller breakthrough that sparks the imagination of inventors, and inadvertently changes an entire industry. Such was the case when Louis Flobert first placed a metal ball into a brass casing for the purpose of creating a toy parlor gun for indoor shooting. From gallery guns to small game hunting, his invention played a crucial role for the future firearm development.... read more.

  • March 08, 2019

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

So, you finally pulled the trigger and bought that new gun (pun intended). Now the question is: how do you store your new firearm and ammo properly and safely?... read more.

  • February 27, 2019

By Numrich Gun Parts Corporation, Posted in Hunting, Rifle

The Henry Repeating Arms Company builds some of the finest American made rifles available today. Founded in 1996, Henry is still a very young company in comparison to many other firearm manufacturers. Despite this short existence, their quality lever action rifles have already gained a reputation of quality and impeccable craftsmanship.... read more.

  • February 20, 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