Gun Maintenance

Get diagrams for more than 1,000 guns in "Exploded Gun Drawings"

Diagrams Answer 4 Burning Questions for DIY Gunsmiths (& Did You Win the Book?)

"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.

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Giveaway: Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings

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.

Gun in parts? This book can help.

Gun in Parts? How to Put it Back Together

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.

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Gunsmithing: Avoid Making These Common Mistakes

Countless firearms, old and new, bear the marks, burrs and gouges that are the result of using the wrong tools for taking them apart. In the interest of preventing this sort of thing, Kevin Muramatsu shares a few gunsmithing basics, from the most recent edition of the "Gun Digest Book of Rimfire Rifles Assembly/Disassembly."

Hopefully, your gun now looks like this again.

Is Your Ruger Pistol in Pieces?

The resident gunsmith here at GD tells me that a lot of people show up with their Ruger Standard Auto pistol in pieces, in a box. If that describes the current condition of your Ruger pistol, we're here to help.

The GSG-1911 is accurate! It points like a 1911 and hits where you look.

GSG-1911: 1911 Review On A Great .22 Pistol

As a low-cost training option, trail companion or plinker the GSG-1911 is a reliable little pistol faithful to its big brother the .45 ACP. Scott Wagner provides a 1911 review of this affordable pistol.

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We Have a Winner, and a Definite Trend

The results are in, and the consensus seems to be that, whether you're working on your own AR or having someone else do it, most of you are interested in learning more.