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  1. Our New Printable Radius Gauge/Hole Spacing Guide

    Our New Printable Radius Gauge/Hole Spacing Guide
    Hunters and shooters, are you tired of buying scope rails only to find out they don't fit your rifle? EGW has developed a solution in the form of the Rail Gauge, a free and printable tool that helps you understand your rifle's measurements. The Rail Gauge is a multi-functional tool that will assist you in determining the radius of your...
  2. How To Use Our EGW Delrin Plunger Tube Stake-In Tool

    How To Use Our EGW Delrin Plunger Tube Stake-In Tool
    The EGW Delrin Plunger Tube Stake-In Tool is a specially designed tool that simplifies the installation of a plunger tube on a 1911 pistol frame. The tool is made of Delrin, a high-strength thermoplastic material that is lightweight, and steel. It features a precision fit that ensures the plunger tube is staked in place correctly and securely, preventing it from...
  3. Springfield Prodigy Quick Mag Well Fitting

    Springfield Prodigy Quick Mag Well Fitting
    If you need to modify your magazine base pad to fit with your new EGW mag well, here are a few simple steps you need to follow. Tools needed:1.File and/or Sand Paper (300 Grit or Higher)2.Punch Time Required:5-10 minutes First you will need a metal file and/or sandpaper. The file should be a fine-grit metal file, preferably with a flat...
  4. Series 70 & 80. What's The Difference?

    Series 70 & 80. What's The Difference?
    The 1911 is a classic design for a semi-automatic handgun that has been in use for over a century. It was designed by John Browning and first used by the US Army in 1911, hence the name. Since then, the 1911 has become one of the most popular and iconic handgun designs in the world. Over the years, several variations...
  5. Local Shooting Ranges

    1000 Yard Ranges PA Original 1000 Yard Benchrest ClubWebsite  |  Facebook197 Kelly RoadTrout Run, PA 17771 Mifflin County Sportsman's AssociationWebsite  |  FacebookEllen Chapel LaneLewistown, PA 17044-2129717-247-2640 Ridgway Rifle ClubWebsite  |  FacebookGrant RoadRidgway, PA 15853814-772-6510Email 500+ Yard Ranges Altoona Rifle and Pistol ClubWebsite  |  Facebook  |  NSSF Page546 Pistol Club RoadAltoona, PA 16603-0383Email Atglen Sportsmen's ClubWebsite  |  Facebook  |  NSSF Page82...
  6. New Product Requests

    New Product Requests
    Sometimes, we don't make exactly what you need. If that is ever the case, we want to know how to serve you better! We are always looking for new products to manufacture. Send us an email and let us know. One of our representatives will get back to you shortly. If you have any requests, please email us at [email protected]
  7. Krebs 1911 Frame Beavertail Cutting Fixture

    Krebs 1911 Frame Beavertail Cutting Fixture
    The Krebs beavertail fixture allows you to easily setup and cut a full tang 1911 frame for a beavertail. Checkout the video here. Krebs Beavertail Fixture InstructionsDownload
  8. Smith & Wesson Revolver Picatinny Rails and Red Dot Mounts

    Are you looking to mount a scope or a red dot to your Smith & Wesson revolver? Our picatinny rails and red dot mounts allow you to easily install your optic and will have you hunting or on the range in no time. There are three quick steps to verify your gun is able to use one of our mounts...
  9. Purchase Orders

    If you are looking to have us manufacture products for you, please provide us with a completed purchase order with all of the necessary information. To have an order placed in our workflow, there must be a completed purchase order submitted to [email protected] If you need a template purchase order sheet, we have provided two options for you. The spreadsheet...
  10. Why our bases don't use recoil lugs.

    Why our bases don't use recoil lugs.
    When we mount a scope on a receiver we have to make choices. Which scope mount, which set of rings. There are many choices on the market and everyone makes their mounts and rings a little bit different. Some are picatinny, some are weaver, some use recoil lugs, others don't. We are asked quite often, why our mounts do not...

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