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How to Find the Year of a Cannondale Bicycle

How to Find the Year of a Cannondale Bicycle

Cannondale is a bicycle manufacturing company headquartered in Bethel, Connecticut. It operates throughout North America and has numerous subsidiaries in countries around the world including, Holland, Japan and ...

Tools to Reload Berdan Primed Brass

Tools to Reload Berdan Primed Brass

As most reloaders are aware, there are two basic types of rifle cartridge primers: Boxer and Berdan. Boxer primers contain a small metal anvil which works with the firing pin in the rifle to compress the priming ...

How to Zero an ACOG Sight

How to Zero an ACOG Sight

Properly setting the zero on your ACOG means you’ll hit your target every time. The Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight, or ACOG, is an optical sighting system that allows quick target acquisition using an ...

How to Adjust the Rear Sight in a Mini-14

How to Adjust the Rear Sight in a Mini-14

Ruger introduced the Mini-14, chambered for .223 Remington, in 1974. Ruger produces several models of the rifle, ranging from a Ranch model with wood stock and integrated scope rings, to a Tactical model with a polymer ...

How to Identify a German Luger 761B

How to Identify a German Luger 761B

About 3,000 variations of the Luger pistol, also known as the Parabellum Pistole P-08, were made before World War One until 1945. Millions of Luger pistols were made by makers in Germany, England, Switzerland, and other ...

How to Raise Tilapia in Drums

How to Raise Tilapia in Drums

Tilapia are a delicious fish which have been raised in aquaculture ponds since the time of the Egyptians. They can be raised in backyard ponds, drums or barrels fairly easily as long as their enclosure is properly set ...

How Do I Load and Unload a 12-gauge Pump Shot Gun?

How Do I Load and Unload a 12-gauge Pump Shot Gun?

The 12-gauge pump-action shotgun is a weapon used primarily at shooting ranges. The gun also is used in military activities. The distinguishing characteristic of the pump-action shotgun is its action bar, which is used ...

How to Read a Compass

How to Read a Compass

A compass in your pocket should help orient you wherever you roam. A compass needle always points to magnetic north to help you travel in the right direction. A compass has several parts, including the baseplate, the ...

How to Use a Serial Number to Search for the Make, Model & History of a Gun

How to Use a Serial Number to Search for the Make, Model & History of a Gun

In order to keep track of which firearms are sold where and to whom, gun manufacturers put serial number stamps on the gun's metal. Acting like an ID code, the gun's serial number should be recorded in all transactions ...

How to Disassemble a Beretta 92FS

How to Disassemble a Beretta 92FS

To disassemble a Beretta 92FS (or M9), no special tools are required. Field stripping this pistol requires less than 3 minutes. Disassembly of the Beretta 92FS caliber pistol is required for the maintenance and repair ...

How to Get a Fully Automatic Gun License

How to Get a Fully Automatic Gun License

If you live in the United States and want to own a fully automatic weapon, it is possible, but there are many restrictions and controls in place. The gun itself cannot be one that was manufactured after May 1986, which ...

How to Disassemble the Jennings J-22 LR

How to Disassemble the Jennings J-22 LR

The Jennings J-22 is a small, blow-back action auto-loading pistol chambered for the .22 LR cartridge. The breech action is similar to that of the German Walther PP in that the recoil spring encircles the barrel, but ...

Instructions for the Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun

Instructions for the Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun

The compact Bushnell Velocity shoot-and-point radar gun uses digital technology to provide speed measurement accurate to within 1 m.p.h. According to the manufacturer, the Velocity can be used to measure the speed of a ...

How to Zero an EOTech

How to Zero an EOTech

The EOTech rifle sight is an aiming device designed to allow shooters to quickly acquire targets and fire with both eyes open. This is because the way the sight reticle appears to be superimposed on the target. Like any ...