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Looking for Springfield Parts? You Probably Need These

Springfield Armory may still make a large number of rifles and handguns, but if you’re a collector and looking for Springfield parts, we’re going to gamble (with no great fear of risk, mind you) that you’re looking for parts...

M1 Carbine Parts and Reliability

A lot of M1 Carbines in circulation are quite old. The GI-issued models could be coming up on near a century of life. Young ones might be 60 or 70 years old at this point. The guns were pretty reliable...

About the M1A1 (and Where You Can Get M1A1 Parts)

Even before World War II, the United States Army Ordnance Department had concerns about the M1 Garand. Despite the fact that this is the rifle Patton famously quipped was the “best weapon ever created” (something like that) the Army was...

If Your Garand Won’t Cycle, You Might Have a Problem with These M1 Garand Parts

The Garand is a legendary rifle, and not only because it had an illustrious service history that covered the entirety of the Second World War. It’s also a highly reliable rifle, especially when properly cared for. That being said, the M1...

These AK-47 Parts Are (Relatively) Likely to Fail First [So Get Spares]

We’re neither here to vindicate nor excoriate the AK-47. Truthfully, that weapon’s repute speaks for itself. It’s been used worldwide for well over half a century at this point. So much so that its silhouette alone is more or less...

About Lee-Enfield Rifles: High-Level Questions, Answered

The “Enfield” in “Lee-Enfield Rifle” actually long predates the Lee-Enfield and rifles were produced at the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield long before “Lee-Enfield” became a thing. Other rifles, such as the 1853 Enfield Rifle, and British Land Pattern...

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