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Giveaway: Win the New “Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly”

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Gun repair, maintenance, and shotgun cleaning just got easier, with our newest book release, Gun Digest Book of Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly 3rd Edition. In this indispensable guide to DIY gun disassembly, repair and reassembly, you get step-by-step instructions for 60 of today’s most popular shotguns and over 250 closely-related variants. Plus, we added newer shotguns from:

  • AkdalGun disassembly and shotgun cleaning just got easier, with "Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly 3rd Edition"
  • Benelli
  • Browning
  • Citadel
  • CZ
  • Kel-Tec
  • Mossberg
  • Remington
  • Saiga
  • Stoeger
  • Winchester

Detailed photographs and clear, simple instructions make shotgun cleaning easy, with disassembly and reassembly tips for a wide range of modern and vintage shotgun models.

This week, we’re giving away a copy of this must-have gun book to one lucky winner. To enter the random drawing, just post a comment below answering the following question: How often do you take apart your shotgun for a thorough cleaning?  Or, as always, you can just say you’d like to win the book.

Entries will be accepted until midnight Tuesday (Oct. 9, 2012) and we’ll announce the winner Wednesday (Oct. 10). Good luck!

GIVEAWAY RULES
One entry per person, please.
Entries accepted until 11:59 pm Central Time Tuesday, October 9, 2012.
Winner will be selected at random and announced Wednesday, October 10, 2012.

Official Rules

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104 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win the New “Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly”

  1. Gerlinde

    Hubby loves to take care of Guns and it makes no differens if there His or Family and Friends and they all know it so they bring Him there Guns to be taken care of .
    this Book would come in handy should he run in to a problem .Thanks for the opertunaty.

  2. jonnyt623

    As a former military member I clean ALL my weapons as soon as I get home from the range or after the hunt. Even while on the hunt, I have my rod and patches at the ready to at least clean out the powder residue if I have taken a shot, either at a buck or a sight in shot before the hunt begins (usually the day before the hunt begins). Uncle Sam makes you a clean freak when it comes to weapons. The irony here is that I spent 2 years as a unit armorer with the 3rd Armored Division’s 2nd Battalion, C Company 32nd Armor servicing .45′s, M16′s, M240 7.62mm machine guns, M2 .50cal machine gun, and even the ancient grease guns in .45 cal. It was a dream job for a gun nut like myself. I had all the latest manuals, diagrams, exploded views of all these weapons. While I never went beyond my level of dis-assembly I always paid attention when I had to take a weapon to the next level. I shoulda been a gunsmith. Thanks for letting me rant here. Good luck to all.

  3. Ryo

    I want to win the book.
    As for cleaning, I rarely clean it due to low round count, but when I do clean it it’s usually due to needing to needing to make sure it operates properly for an special event, noticed it was dirty, fixing/upgrading a part, or competition.

  4. buzkila17

    great giveaway…seen some comments ranging from after shooting to once a year…i cant more than a month without cleaning my babies…besides after i shoot them…the book would be a great addition to my library…thanks guys!!

  5. johnnyrotten

    I clean my shotgun/rifle/pistol every time I shoot them.This book would be a great addition to my library,Im currently studying to be a gunsmith…..

  6. sprintmist

    I clean my shotgun after i shoot it every time. one part compulsive, two parts wanting it to work when I need it to, and one pinch of the smell of hoppes no. 9 gets me a little hot and bothered….

  7. ACESDUGOUT

    I’m a vanishing breed it seems if I shoot it it get’s cleaned. If the weather is foul or the gun is in a dirty environment I’ll break it down to the major assemblies. A total dis-assembly down to the screws and pins at least once a year if not more. Rifle pistol or shotgun.
    That’s my idea borne of training from Uncle Sam and my Dad as well as how I’ve trained my Wife, Daughter and Son. A copy of this Book would add to my library and help me with the other families shotguns.
    Thanks for the offer.

  8. karendr

    I clean my guns at least once a month & more often after firing at targets & hunting. I would love your book on how to disassemble/reassembly, as I don’t know how to break down
    my shot gun. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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