You’ll be amazed at how few he says you really need, and that the total cost can be as little as $300! So there’s no excuse for not getting started right now, is there?
AGI Instructor and Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap
In this video Bob answers some gunsmithing questions about triggers and trigger jobs that will be of interest to all gunsmiths and gun “tinkerers”.
In this video a Gun Club of America member asks Bob about headspacing a Chinese remake of the Ithaca 37 in order to cure extraction/ejection problems. When Ken Brooks did the Disassembly/Reassembly Course on the Ithaca 37 he spoke of how the Chinese remake had some problems because the Chinese had only incorporated some of the changes since the early design. Continue reading
This time Bob answers two more questions from Gun Club of America members. The first one involves a Remington 870 with an action that is feeling a “Hang up” syndrome with its extended mag tube. The second question is regarding a Remington 1100 with a feeding problem. In both cases Bob pinpoints the possible causes quickly and makes his recommendations and as usual we gain a bit more insight into how his mind works as he makes his analysis. Continue reading
Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap answers questions about shooting steel shot in a shotgun with a full choke, cylinder stops, and the Ruger® Security/Police/Speed Six® design flaw. Continue reading
with Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap
Included in the Professional Gunsmithing Course from the American Gunsmithing Institute’s course is a section called The Money Makers. These are simple and fast gunsmithing jobs that can easily bring you extra income into your business. If you are not a professional gunsmith, they are also handy skills to know when working on your own guns. Continue reading
with AGI Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap
Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap answers more gunsmithing questions. The first concerns a Remington 742 whose bolt seems to lock up. He then moves on to several other questions, and provides the answers in his own inimitable style. Whether you agree with him or not, I’m sure you’ll find his answers entertaining and educational.
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In this video, Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap answers two questions from readers. In his own style, Bob talks about removing a Cutts compensator on a Browning A-5, and then goes on to explain how to make a starter punch for those really stubborn pins. Is there anything about gunsmithing Bob doesn’t know about? I doubt it! Continue reading