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Author:  Andrew/ Schwing Dubino Foreword By:  Ned Schwing
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0811703789
ISBN-13: 9780811703789
Sku: 207914856
Publish Date: 7/1/2008
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.5L x 0.75T
Pages:  205
Age Range:  NA
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A Stackpole Classic Gun Book Classic reference by a master gunsmith How to repair, modify, and improve firearms

Before the advent of the lathe, shaper, milling machine, and surface grinder, gunsmiths used hand tools to produce classic firearms. Such tools can still be used today to modify any design a firearms enthusiast has in his collection. With detailed information on planning a workshop and acquiring the basic tools, this practical reference is a must-have for anyone interested in repairing and improving firearms. Topics such as metals, files, abrasives, small parts, and how to blue and polish a gun for a finished look are all covered in this informative guide.

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  • A Stackpole Classic Gun Book
  • Classic reference by a master gunsmith
  • How to repair, modify, and improve firearms

    Before the advent of the lathe, shaper, milling machine, and surface grinder, gunsmiths used hand tools to produce classic firearms. Such tools can still be used today to modify any design a firearms enthusiast has in his collection. With detailed information on planning a workshop and acquiring the basic tools, this practical reference is a must-have for anyone interested in repairing and improving firearms. Topics such as metals, files, abrasives, small parts, and how to blue and polish a gun for a finished look are all covered in this informative guide.

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    Product attributePublisher:   Stackpole Books
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