Not much is known about the company Timer Line Hawk. So this is as much of a history as I could gather. The registered agent of the company was John A. Mc Gerty and the filing date was March 29,1983. It was a company formed initially by four men to take over the assets of […]
The pictures of this rifle was sent to us from Mr. H.F., a friend of gun lab.
This AR18S made by sterling for Armalite Costa mesa. This and a AR180 were the first two sterling guns into USA. Difference from an American AR18S:
Serial number is AS033 – their meaning Automatic Shorty…033rd gun made, not […]
A couple of years ago I bought a Remington Hepburn rifle That was in very poor condition. I happen to like this style of action and wanted to reverse engineer it and make a new rifle. Orin, a friend of gun lab, also has an interest in this rifle and making one. I bought a […]
Eric, a friend of Gun Lab, let me borrow his AR-10 hand guards collection to photograph and measure up.
The first set of pictures is of a very early hand guard that has not been completed. The information I obtain from this single piece is worth volumes in trying to determine how and what material […]
We have started on Pete’s, a friend of gun lab, new 4140 MP-44 trunions. This series of videos and posts is the process we used to make them.
First the video.
Here are the pictures going over the changes and the steps we took.
We needed to change the depth of cut for […]
I happen to own a Hotchkiss portative light machine gun. Now that I have it working, with the help of my friend John, I find it one of the more fun guns to shoot.
So since last December I have been working on a couple of accessories for it. Well it happen that on […]