Gunsmithing

Remington 870 ejector spring replacement

April 6, 2019 Bill Marr 0

The Remington 870 is a fantastic shotgun. While it is smooth cycling and durable, the gun does suffer from the downside of having the ejector, ejector spring and shell-stops staked in place. This means a […]

Gunsmithing

Repairing a split shotgun stock

February 24, 2019 Bill Marr 0

All too often we’ll encounter wood rifle and shotgun stocks that have split due to use, misuse, or improper storage. Sometimes these stocks are victims of improper repairs, other times, they’ve lingered away, forgotten about […]

Precision Rifles

MDT LSS-XL GEN2 review

February 10, 2019 Bill Marr 0

Most of the rifles I review on this site were either built by me, or, in the case of factory guns, purchased with my own money. Occasionally I’ll get a T&E sample gun to review, […]

Gunsmithing

Installing a bead on a shotgun barrel

February 7, 2019 Bill Marr 0

While most sporting shotguns lack the intricate sights associated with rifles, most have some sort of rib and/or bead present. Installing a bead on a plain shotgun barrel is a fairly simple task that can […]