Resources

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Sponsors

AGI—The American Gunsmithing Institute
Hobby and Professional Gunsmithing Courses
351 Second Street
Napa, CA 94559
(800) 797-0867
www.americangunsmith.com

GCA—Gun Club of America
GunTech DVD Video Magazine and the Connection, Hot Brass Magazine
351 Second Street
Napa, CA 94559
(800) 435-4262
www.gunclubofamerica.com

G&G Authors

PISCO Gunsmithing
Ken Brooks—Gunsmithing
140 East Third Street
Coquille, OR 97423
(541) 396-5558
www.piscogunsmithing.com

Holland Shooters Supply
Superb Riflesmithing/Custom Rifles, Scope Mounts/Rings/Levels, Tools
Long Range Shooting School
711 Avenue “H”
Powers, OR 97466
(541) 439-5155
www.hollandguns.com

Shuey Custom
Gene Shuey, Master Gunsmith
Ultra Custom 1911 & Glock Pistols
21 Cygnet Dr. #200
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 246-7662
www.shueycustom.com

Athens Gunsmith Service
Paul Smeltzer
Specializing in Firearms Restoration and Complete Gunsmithing Services
www.athensgunsmith.com

GunsmithUSA.com
Gary Howes
Free Gunsmith Directory and Web Design Services
www.GunsmithUSA.com

Associations

National Rifle Association of America (NRA)
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
www.nra.org

National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF)
11 Mile Hill Road
Newtown, CT 06470
www.nssf.org

Gun Owners of America
8001 Forbes Plaza, Suite 102
Springfield, VA 22151
www.gunowners.org

Tools and Parts

4D Reamer Rentals — Fred Zeglin
Gunsmithing Tools, Parts, Reamers
432 East Idaho Street
Suite C420
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 752-2520
www.4-dproducts.com

Brownells Inc
Gunsmithing Tools and Supplies
200 South Front Street
Montezuma, IA 50171
(800) 741-0015
www.brownells.com

Jack First
Parts for Guns Made in the Last 150 Years
1201 Turbine Dr.
Rapid City, SD 57703
(605) 343-9544
www.jackfirstgun.com

Numrich/Gun Parts Corp.
Parts for Guns Made in the Last 150 Years
226 Williams Ln.
Kingston, NY 12401
(866) 686-7424
www.Gunpartscorp.com

Midway USA
Shooting and Reloading Supplies
5875 W. Van Horn Tavern Rd.
Columbia, MO 65203
(800)-243-3220
www.Midwayusa.com

Targetz™
Downloadable Targets for FREE!
www.targetz.com

Miscellaneous

Blue Book of Gun Values
Blue Book Publications, Inc.
8009 34th Ave. South, Ste. 250
Minneapolis, MN 55425
800-877-4867
www.Bluebookofgunvalues.com

ASVAB Practice Test Online
Free Sample ASVAB Practice Tests
asvabpracticetestonline.com


17 Responses to Resources

  1. Please add Gun Owners of America. Several politicians have specifically mentioned that this organization made the difference in their votes on critical gun related bills.

    • No, they are not the same. AGI has armorer courses on both the ’94 Winchester and the Marlin Lever Action rifles. The Marlin DVD covers all of the centerfire Marlins.

  2. I have a Norinco 1911 in 45 acp. When it ejects cases most of the time they hit me in the head. How do I solve this?

    • Well just off the top of my head, UMMM NORINCO? That may be the first problem a copy of a FIREARM and bad QA but seriously the shape and angle of the ejector was the cause of direction of case flight in a few USN 1911’s I worked on (issued to me in serious need of refurbishing). Is it 1 of 8 or 7 of 8? My USN versions had a tinge of slop with a helping of wear (44 & 46) and liked to toss the nice warm case back in your face or down the neck of the work jersey. A shape change made the toss wide not back so all was well with the world. The action of recoil was some of the cause as well the rise back with muzzle flip does point the port more towards our head that is readily visible. Best of luck hope this helps!
      Yours in service
      James Acerra

  3. is there a disassembly and reassembly video for a interarms mark x rifle? if not what rifle would be close to the interarm mark x?

    • Hi David. I don’t see it listed in the AGI/GCA videos, but I will forward your question on to Jack Landis, the AGI Technical Services manager. Others here might also answer.

      UPDATE: Jack’s reply. “It is a basic Mauser 98 with a Timney style trigger and safety. Download the trigger adjustment instructions at Timney http://www.timneytriggers.com. Use our Mauser 98 armorer course.”

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