If you’ve ever taken your gun apart for cleaning or maintenance, as you started putting it back together you may have wondered:
- Where does this part go?
- Which end goes up (or down, or to the left/right, or forward/toward the back)?
- What is this part called?
- Where can I get a new one of these?
The Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings answers these questions with detailed diagrams (and parts identified) for more than 1,000 models of pistols, revolvers, rifles and shotguns, along with a complete directory of firearms trade resources and contact information for buying gun parts and supplies. To see an example, check out the diagram below for the Ruger Mark I.
Between this book and her gunsmithing course, giveaway winner “MeltinTyres” may soon know as much (or more!) about guns as her husband.
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About the Author: Corrina Peterson manages book acquisitions and production at Gun Digest Books, the leading publisher of books covering everything there is to know about guns, ammo and knives. Corrina's interest in firearms began as the result of a close relationship with an M16 during active duty military service and went on to include trap shooting, upland bird hunting and wilderness elk hunting.
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