In this video review, AGI’s Jack Landis takes a look at a 60 degree Ambidextrous Safety for the AR15 rifle. We all love to modify, accessorize and customize our ARs don’t we? That is one of the reasons they are one of the most popular firearms in America! Continue reading
You will often hear some of the gunsmiths here refer to a Foredom grinder, arguably one of the most used power tools by gunsmiths. Foredom tools are top quality which means they also have a top quality price.
In this review Jack looks at a cheaper alternative from Harbor Freight. If you are not a full-time professional gunsmith that uses tools every day, this may be a great and less expensive alternative for you. Continue reading
Like a lot of you, I really enjoy shooting my .22LR caliber guns. You can spend a few hours putting a LOT of rounds downrange for just a few bucks. Also if I am teaching a new shooter I usually start them off with a .22 so they aren’t intimidated by the loud noise and recoil of bigger calibers. Continue reading
In this video review, AGI’s Jack Landis takes a look at a couple of spare magazine holders from Cheaper Than Dirt. Those of you who are competitive shooters and need to carry a large number of magazines need to take a look at this. Much better than just sticking them in your pocket! Continue reading
In this review from GCA’s GunTech video magazine, AGI’s Jack Landis takes a look at a new stock from one of his favorite suppliers–Boyds. This looks like a great way to get that fully customized rifle stock you need for accuracy shooting.
In this Tips From the Workbench video GCA Technical Services Manager Jack Landis shows how to make a simple wooden jig to help cut stocks to length and keep everything square and neat. His saw is using a Freud Thin Kerf blade for smooth and chip free cuts. Continue reading
In this extract form The Gun Club of America’s GunTech magazine, AGI’s Jack Landis takes a look at some magazine extenders for his wife’s pistol. If you can’t find extra mags, at least you can put more rounds into the ones you have.
I’m no lawyer, but these may not be legal in states with magazine capacity laws, so check first before buying or installing. Continue reading
In this video extract from the Gun Club of America‘s Guntech magazine, AGI Instructor Jack Landis looks at some different tools for squaring off the muzzle of a shotgun that has had the barrel shortened.
If the muzzle or crown of any barrel is damaged or not square, it can have a surprising (bad) effect on the accuracy of the firearm, so this is often one of the first things a gunsmith can check when asked to accurize a weapon.
CLICK HERE to see this tool on Brownells website.