5 edition of Gunsmithing, the tricks of the trade found in the catalog.
Gunsmithing, the tricks of the trade
Wood, J. B.
|Statement||by J.B. Wood.|
|LC Classifications||TS535 .W66 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||82072294|
Wood, J. B., 6 books John E. Traister, 4 books William Buchele, 3 books Ralph T. Walker, 3 books James Virgil Howe, 3 books James B. Whisker, 3 books Bill Holmes, 3 books De Witt Bailey, 2 books Mitchell, Jack, 2 books Clyde Baker, 2 books Harold E. MacFarland, 2 books Roy F. Dunlap, 2 books Steven Dodd Hughes, 2 books Leroy DeForest Satterlee. Gunsmithing Tips & Projects Wolfe Publishing Co. ISBN 8 1/2" x 11" pp. softbound This large book is a collection of 20 years of gunsmithing articles in Rifle. These are mostly direct reproductions of the original articles, rather than re-typeset or rewritten material. It's not intended as a.
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Clyde Bakers book on gunsmithing is good also(I can't recall the exact title)as is "Pistolsmithing" by Nolte. Howes book is great,but it may put you to getting the basics from Walker and Dunlaps books,then move on to Howes. Go to Brownells website and look through the offerings they of these old time books are still in print. The most important tool a professional gunsmith or serious hobbyist can have is a good library. This is especially true for those of us that work in small shops. If you have a question where will you get the answer? The answer is most often found in a book. Wondering how to convert the safety on a Remington from right hand to left hand?
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I own this book and never knew it was $ NEW and $60 used,but it is worth the wealth of knowledge that is contained in this book. The tips and tricks that still apply today for hobby or serious smiths/machinists/5(12).
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Here are a few you can claim as your own (but don’t tell anyone else). None of these items I’ll discuss with you are complicated enough or take enough time and experience to devote a full book to, so I decided that I would combine all.
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$ Was: Previous Price $ 15% off. Shooters, gunsmiths and collectors alike will find the revised version of this handy book a practical reference for disassembling and reassembling a variety of semi-auto pistols.
Step-by-step photographs and clear, simple text make it easy to disassemble and reassemble a. A collection of the best gunsmithing articles from twenty years of Rifle magazine.
This soft cover second edition has been expanded to pages, filled with articles on modern and antique gunsmithing projects, suggestions for finishing wood and metal, improving accuracy, decorating stocks, selecting and improving tools for the serious gunsmithing shop.
pages. 6" x 9". Softbound. Filled with incredibly crisp, clear, cutaway drawings, exploded views, how-to pictographs, and photos; complimented by very readable, detailed text, dimensioned close ups of all the components and valuable tricks of the trade.5/5.
A graduate of the Pennsylvania Gunsmith School, Skip has worked as an Engineer, Technician, Model-maker, and Gunsmith for over 30 years.
In addition to his role at Modern Gun School, Skip works as a gunsmith for Sarco, Inc., one of the world’s largest suppliers of gun parts, kits and accessories. The Gunsmith’s Manual: Practical Guide to All Branches of the Trade by J.
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pages. Here’s a book about gunsmithing that you can download as a 40MB PDF file. It’s Advanced Gunsmithing by W. F. Vicery and it was published in It’s an old book but I think you may still find it useful and interesting, even if you don’t own a gun, because it describes how to use many of the same machine shop tools and techniques that we’re still using today.