In this short extract from AGI’s Certified Master Gunsmithing Program, instructor Bob Dunlap discusses the thought process and techniques used to adjust the point of impact on a double action revolver for a client. Continue reading
In this video Bob Dunlap offers some stern and wise advise about performing trigger jobs as well as answering other questions from gunsmiths. If you are new to gunsmithing, or a seasoned professional, everyone can learn from this master of the trade. Continue reading
In this video Ken and Bob take a look at the Walther PPS pistol from a gunsmith’s perspective. Most gun reviews found on other websites only include a range evaluation, but GCA members also get to see detailed bench evaluations such as this. Click the ad on the home page if you would like more information about the benefits of membership in the Gun Cub of America.
In this video Ken and Bob take a look at the Glock 41 pistol from a gunsmith’s perspective. Most gun reviews found on other websites only include a range evaluation, but GCA members get to see detailed bench evaluations such as this in addition. Find that anywhere else!
with AGI Instructor and Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap.
In this video Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap answers questions from Gun Club of America members. Trigger jobs is the theme this time, and Bob has some important things to say about keeping your firearms safe and functional. Continue reading
The final video in this series is here!
In Part 5 of this comprehensive look at headspace, Bob and Ken test the effects of excessive headspace using a higher-pressure cartridge, the 30-06. Will they finally see something blow up?
In Part 4 of this comprehensive look at headspace, Bob and Ken now test the effects of excessive headspace in their Mauser using commercial ammo. Previously their test using thicker military ammo failed to get the result they were looking for. Continue reading
In Parts 1 and 2 (look under the Authors tab above for Bob Dunlap if you missed them) Bob explained what headspace is, and how to accurately measure it. Now, in this video, he and his partner Ken Brooks give a great demonstration of the effects of too much headspace and why, under the right circumstances it can be an annoyance if not dangerous. Looks like they had a lot of fun making this video as well.