Competition

Building a Custom 6GT Rifle

July 31, 2021 Bill Marr 0

I’ve been in the shooting business since the late 1990s. While there has always been a seemingly continuous rollout of new and better cartridges, it seems like the frequency of introductions has increased in the […]

Handguns

RUGER NYPD SPNY

May 31, 2021 Bill Marr 0

I have some pretty interesting guns walk into the shop, like this Ruger SPNY. The SPNY was a hammerless DAO variant of the SP-101 chambered in 38 Special and made exclusively for the NYPD, this […]

Gunsmithing

Removing a stuck Remington 700 barrel

February 28, 2021 Bill Marr 0

I pull (unthread) rifle barrels from actions on an almost daily basis. Often, most of the most stubborn actions can be removed with the proper barrel & action vise and a little bit of effort. […]

Reviews

Savage B22 Precision Rimfire Rifle Review

December 5, 2020 Bill Marr 0

Precision rimfire rifles offer shooters an opportunity for inexpensive practice. Moving away from a traditional wooden stock, a rifle like the Savage B22 Precision offers a series of ergonomic upgrades in a package that is […]

Gunsmithing

Building a custom sawed-off shotgun

November 22, 2020 Bill Marr 0

In this post, we are going to look at building a short barreled (sawed-off) shotgun. Obviously, taking a hacksaw to any side by side shotgun will work, but it may also land you in jail. […]

Gunsmithing

Customizing a Remington V3 Shotgun

November 21, 2020 Bill Marr 0

Remington has an excellent reputation for the 870, 1100 and 11-87 shotguns. While the “newer” Veramax and V3 shotguns, with a double gas piston system similar to the one found on the Benelli M4, haven’t […]