One of the best benefits of being a Silver Member of the Gun Club of America, is the “Ask The Pros” forum on the GCA website. Ken Brooks, AGI Instructor and owner of Pisco Gunsmithing visits there everyday to help gunsmiths with particular problems they are experiencing. Here are his answers to some recent questions that may help you as well.
One day you may be stuck with a similar problem as these guys, so listen well, Grasshopper.
by Ken Brooks
AGI Instructor and Owner of Pisco Gunsmithing
This time at the gunsmith’s bench, AGI Instructor and Master Gunsmith Ken Brooks looks at the SAR Arms B6P Pistol. He examines the construction, features and details of this pistol with the discerning eye of a professional gunsmith. If you are interested in this firearms, this video is a “must-see” before your purchase! Continue reading
by Dana Delesoy
Guns and Gunsmiths Contributor
While home one Sunday during supper I heard shotgun shots nearby. Shortly after the last shot there was a knock on my door. To my surprise I saw my neighbor with a shotgun leaning at his side. He said the gun needs my gunsmithing services. The action was open so at a glance I was able to see the chamber unloaded. I immediately point this out thanking him for his safety courtesy. Continue reading
by Jack Landis
AGI Technical Services Manager
Like you, Jack Landis hates guns that are bent in the middle, and that is what will happen if the joint between the front of your AR-15 receiver and the barrel locking collar are not perfectly aligned. Continue reading
with Fred Zeglin
AGI Instructor and Owner of 4D Reamer Rentals
Fred Zeglin knows everything there is to know about reloading–including the tool he would have in his emergency bug-out bag–the Lee Loader. Continue reading
AGI Technical Services Manager Jack Landis was contacted recently by a person representing a retiring gunsmith who needs to get rid of all his tools and equipment. Continue reading
with Bob Dunlap
Master Gunsmith and AGI Instructor
This video extract from the AGI Certified Gunsmith course has been seen before on Guns and Gunsmiths, but I am constantly surprised and amazed at the wealth of knowledge that Master Gunsmith and AGI Instructor Bob Dunlap has amassed in his many years of gunsmithing. So here it is again. Continue reading
with Gene Shuey
AGI Instructor and Master Pistolsmith
This time AGI Instructor and Master Pistolsmith Gene Shuey answers several 1911 questions for Gun Club of America lessons. Gun Club of America members can also get one-on-one help from the instructors at AGI as well as access to the Ask The Pros forum on the Gun Club of America website. CLICK HERE for details about membership.