I was doing research on rust bluing for a up coming project that I need t finish when I came across this site. It is not a how to site per say but there is a great deal of interesting information there.
Stock making and rust bluing are two topics that he touches on […]
As I was browsing the internet looking for information on repairing a Colt New Service revolver I had the good fortune to come across this site.
I think you will find it an enjoyable and informative site.
Life around Gun Lab has been a little hectic lately. The work on the VG1-5 is progressing and I have a couple of posts about that coming up. However, I came across a really nice site dealing with metal and wood working on guns. This gentleman does some real nice work. You should take some […]
A friend of Gun Lab just completed an interesting project and was nice enough to write up a nice article. This is being brought to you by Orin H.
Swedish M1867 Rolling Block 12.7x44R to .50-70 Government Conversion
I have a Swedish M1867 Rolling Block that was originally in 12.7x44R and you cannot find any […]
This video is on barrel fluting. I enjoy watching gunsmithing video’s and happen to learn a great deal from them.
I like the way he dampened the vibration while cutting the flutes.
I am thinking AR-10 barrel when I watch this video
I went to do a little shooting on a few weapons in my collection that I have never fired only to find out that the firing pins were broken. In this case the pistol that I had taken out was a Sauer model 1930 32acp pistol. For some odd reason I happen to have three […]
Sorry for the late answer to this Saturday what is it.
It is the brreechblock from a Sauer & Sohn model 1930 pistol. This is a copy from NRA firearms assembly 2, A book you should have in your library, showing the components of the pistol. It is part number 7.
I like gun building and that should be no surprise to anyone that comes to this sight. I also like any type of weapon. I found this series of videos on building a Stevens single shot rifle. There is a great deal of information in his video even though it is not a how to. […]
This is the locking device and recoil spring guide for the 7.63×25 Howard Francis carbine. There is only one prototype that is known to have been made in late 1943. It uses a No.1 Mk3. receiver and was converted to a semi-automatic magazine fed carbine.
A black and write photo of the complete rifle.