10/22 “Super Tune”

Dan Rogersby Dan Rogers
Guns and Gunsmiths Contributor

I use the term “super tune” loosely. I am by no means suggesting I am an authority on 10/22 rifles, nor is this AGI instructional material. I can, however, most definitely say that my simple 10/22 bedding job quickly devolved into a full blown “super tune”. I will also add right here at the beginning there is a range review! If you like you can skip to the pictures, tell me how poorly I shoot, and pick up on the next article. For all of those still interested in the story, it all started out a little like this. Continue reading


by Gun Club of America Member
Robert Garr

In the 35 years I worked in power stations, it was pounded into our heads that “there’s no such thing as an accident,  just failures to adhere to safety protocols “. I always took exception to that and thought of it as a way to always put the blame on the employees but never being the fault of the employer, or an equipment manufacturer. There’s always a scenario where an accident can occur.  Always! Continue reading

Tips for the Woodsman–Rifle Cleaning Part 2

HollandBy Darrell Holland
AGI Senior Instructor/Master Gunsmith

If you are a hunter or long-range rifle shooter, you know how important it is to have your rifle as clean as you can get it, and lubricated properly. But there is a good chance you may not be doing that correctly. In this 2nd video (CLICK HERE if you missed Part 1) Darrell Holland shows us how to finish off your rifle cleaning with correct lubrication techniques. Continue reading

The 7 Secrets to Operating a Successful Gunsmithing Business–Part 2

Gene Kelly head Shotby Gene Kelly, President of AGI

In the conclusion to this important article, AGI President Gene Kelly tells us his secrets for running a successful and profitable business. This is great information not only for those of you running a gunsmithing business, but any business at all. If you missed Part 1, click here to read the first three secrets. Continue reading