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The Cage And Threaded Skirt Affair

More than an aesthetic component—the U.N.C.L.E. Special's flash hider served a dual purpose. Slight modifications made the one I found fit my needs even better.

The Finicky Spring Affair

Having an aesthetically correct U.N.C.L.E. Special is one thing, if it is incapable of reliably sending rounds downrange each time the trigger is pulled—well, then you're left a cool-looking paperweight.

Byproduct of a Bad-Ass, Pistol-Packing Irishman

To help pass the time until my U.N.C.L.E. carbine returns, I thought I'd treat you all to a sneak peak of a feature I'm been working on for Shooting Illustrated involving another pistol near and dear to me—the Colt Fitz Special.

The S.B.R. Affair

Brad has asked for a detailed explanation of the Short-Barreled-Rifle registration process and how it's done in relation to registering an U.N.C.L.E. carbine.

The Prior Planning Affair

Friends and fellow U.N.C.L.E. fans Paul and Eric contacted me not too long ago in preparation for making their carbine barrels.

The Prior Planning Affair #2

While some may feel compelled to toss out the early bird and worm analogy, I prefer planning for the worst and hoping for the best.

The Solution-B Affair

The victories and pitfalls I've experienced over the past two years while attempting to construct a functional U.N.C.L.E. Special has provided excellent exercise in non-linear thinking.

Perfect Fitz

The modifications J.H. FitzGerald made to wheelguns more than 80 years ago paved the way for the modern snub-nose revolver.

Standing Watch: STI Sentinel Premier

STI's Sentinel Premier refuses to falter, even after being forced to digest 1,650 rounds.

New Sizzle for Ruger Standbys

When Federal announced the new .327 Fed. Mag., Ruger responded first with its SP101 small-frame revolver chambered for the high-velocity round.

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