CTD staff writers have reviewed hundreds of pistols, revolvers, rifles, and shotguns over the years. But stories with specific money-saving advice has interested the CTD community — particularly important during the holidays. Click below to read our top-10 most-popular money-saving stories from the archives.
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Last year, we did a series of videos on how to put together a complete lower receiver of an AR-15. As most of you know, the lower receiver houses the magazine catch, bolt catch, pivot pin, fire control group, trigger guard, selector, grips, pins, and the buffer tube.
If you plan on adding a piece of work from a revered engraver such as Gustave Young, Conrad F. Ulrich or Louis Nimschke, you might want to start by making sure you have up to $100K in spare change lying around. If that is a bit rich for your blood, you can always search for a detailed engraving from one of the other wonderful craftsman at an auction. These will likely set you back a mere $15K to $20K.
The TAC-15 Tactical Assault Crossbow bridged the gap between firearms and archery in a very interesting way. This strange device…Read More >
Tweaking your Mosin Nagant rifle for tighter groups is not necessarily the easiest weekend project. However, if you are the…Read More >
Here are some of the most-read items from recent editions of the CTD Chronicle:
Guns, like cars, are mass-produced in some factory with all the same specs, but that does not mean we keep…Read More >
The unusual KelTec Sub2000 is more conventional than it appears. Read this post about customizing this carbine.