While the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 is easily disassembled for gun repair or cleaning, these tips from gunsmith Kevin Muramatsu will help make reassembly even easier.
Gun repair, maintenance and shotgun cleaning just got easier, with our newest book release, "Gun Digest Book of Shotguns Assembly/Disassembly 3rd Edition." This week, we’re giving away a copy of this must-have gun book to one lucky winner.
After cleaning or maintenance, most pistols can be reassembled simply by reversing the order of disassembly. And some can’t. Check out these tips for reassembling your 1911 pistol.
Learn how to field-strip and completely disassemble your AR-15 – and get it all back together again - for routine and advanced cleaning, maintenance and repair.
"Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings" has the answers to some of the most common questions from do-it-yourself gunsmiths, with detailed diagrams for more than 1,000 models of handguns, rifles and shotguns, along with a complete directory of firearms trade resources and contact information for buying gun parts and supplies.
Sometimes a simple drawing showing the parts of a gun can be incredibly informative, indicating the placement and direction of insertion of parts with simple lines on paper. That's what you get with the "Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings," the prize in this week's book giveaway.
Whether you have a Colt 1911 or Walther P22 - or anything in between - if you like to clean and maintain your semi auto pistols yourself, this newly-revised edition of "Gun Digest Book of Automatic Pistols Assembly/Disassembly" makes it simple.
Editor’s Note: Click here for instant firearms values and gun prices. Tom Turpin’s new book, “Custom Rifles: Mastery of Wood and Metal” will be hitting the bookstores this month. It’s a handsome hardcover and heavy with photos printed on glossy paper. Turpin takes the reader inside the workshop of one of the best...
The vast majority of custom rifle makers do not manufacture their own barrels. It is simply too costly to perform this function in-house due to the cost of the equipment necessary and the relatively few barrels that the maker will require. This is, simply put, another area that required years of expertise to...