This is kind of an after action report on the 1919A6 barrel that was involved in the accident. The last post on the damage to the 1919A4 due to some Turkish ammo showed a barrel that had a case stuck in it that the base was sheared off.
With the cost of everything these days […]
I don’t know how many people follow rifleshooter, http://rifleshooter.com/, but he has another great gunsmithing post up. This one discusses rebarreling the Winchester model 70 rifle. He does a great job going through the steps he took to rebarrel the rifle. As always with his posts he not only shows you the steps and chats […]
I dropped by a friends house today between jobs and he had a pie of boy’s rifles that he was going through. The majority of them were single shot dropping blocks or rolling block rifles and I find those interesting, however there was one that had been gone over by someone to make what I […]
I was just over at one of the sites that I try and get to daily and he posted a very good article on
“Turning a sporter contour rifle barrel from a blank”
If you have not been to the rifleshooter site you are missing some great stuff. This is his post, you should check […]
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