Today we’ll be taking a look at an awesome 10/22-pattern clone/alternative from Thompson/Center, the T/CR22. We will take an in-depth look at all of the standard features, go through the pros and cons, do a trigger pull weight test, and
We’d love to hear your thoughts: Which revolver do you like better? What type of “kit” do you want a “kit gun” for? What is your kit gun of choice? What is your ideal kit gun cartridge/caliber? Versachem 1.5 oz.
This video shows how a Ruger MK IV 22/45 LITE functions with the Tandemkross Blast Shield installed.
This is a great video that deserves some attention; a data compilation and analysis of real-world handgun shootings. It examines their effectiveness when weighed against other pistol calibers, and against rifles and shotguns.
This post was compiled to address the incessant light primer strikes that plague the Savage Rascal .22 LR, an otherwise good firearm. This condition is caused by a combination of two firing pin design defects: 1. An excessively wide rim
As you might already know, dry firing certain rimfire arms can do serious damage to internal components such as the firing pin and the breech. Using “dummy rounds” or “snap caps” can help alleviate the risk of doing serious damage to your gun.
The Savage Rascal takes a solid stab at bringing us a rifle that is both compact and easy to wield.
If you are like me, you love your Ruger 10/22 rifles and carbines. However, I have always felt that the factory sights leave much to be desired. As I strive to bring my 10/22’s closer to perfection (and closer to
I recently decided to breathe some new life into my father’s 30-year-old Ruger 10/22 carbine. This rifle has been with him for as long as I can remember. This is the rifle that I learned to shoot with, and until
Sharp and detailed images will guide you through the disassembly and reassembly of the Ruger 10/22 trigger group. Use this as a reference to aid you with trigger jobs and/or installing custom parts…