Posts Tagged ‘Gunsmithing’

Timney Triggers Adjustable Mosin Nagant Drop in Trigger 1.5 to 4 pounds 307

Tackling Trigger Jobs — Top Tips for Triggers

Trigger pull, trigger jobs, trigger reset—the trigger has as much (or more) to do with accuracy on a handgun as the sights. However, there is a lot of bad information on how and when you should look into having a trigger job done on your favorite pea shooter, and the best trigger pull weight for your purposes.

Grace USA Gun Care Tool Set

Grace USA Gun Care Tool Set

One word comes to mind as I just opened the Grace Tool Kit, quality. These are not junk-store tools. This is a tool set from the days when tools were something to be proud of. Your dad always told you to clean your tools when you finished with a job because they were worth something. Tools like these are rare these days. These tools are for an artisan.

Trigger Box Polish

What if Your Mosin Nagant was More Accurate?

Tweaking your Mosin Nagant rifle for tighter groups is not necessarily the easiest weekend project. However, if you are the motivated type, you can finally take that step past the casual shooter and into the realm of the customized shooting enthusiast. Since I am almost obsessive about getting good groups at the range, my friends wondered why in the world I would buy a beat up old Mosin. I told them I wanted the challenge of taking an Eastern Block bolt gun and outshooting them and their fancy ARs at the range. It might surprise you that with a little ingenuity, it is possible to turn that old Soviet rifle into a finely tuned precision target-blasting machine—sort of.

Gunstock Check Presentation

The Gun Club of America’s Gunstock Event Raises Over $13,000 for The Pathway Home

The Gun Club of America (GCA), along with the American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI), presented a check for $13,049.50 to GCA’s charity of the year, The Pathway Home. The Pathway Home is a nonprofit, residential recovery center to treat veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who are suffering from post-traumatic stress or traumatic brain injury. The Pathway Home relies on donations to serve our veterans and their families. The home receives no funding from the government.