Gunsmithing The Ar 15

Author: Patrick Sweeney
Publisher: Gun Digest
ISBN: 9781440246609
Size: 54.44 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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For the casual shooter or first-time owner to the advanced practitioner, author Patrick Sweeney teaches you how to remove, replace, maintain and upgrade every single part on your AR-15 rifle with Gunsmithing the AR-15: The Bench Manual. More than just a step-by-step manual, this insider's guidebook is chock full of insights on how to change or replace worn, broken or obsolete parts -- truly the must-have guide to get the job done right! In this companion volume to Gunsmithing the AR-15 Volumes 1 and 2, Sweeney goes beyond basic repair and maintenance and provides project instructions and expert tips to install some of the most popular brand components, including parts from Geissele, Daniel Defense, Yankee Hill, Alexander Arms, Timney, Rock River, CMC, Wilson Combat. and more! The Bench Manual is a must-have resource for AR-15 owners who want to transform their vanilla-plain AR into a firearm that is ready for anything.

America S Gun Wars A Cultural History Of Gun Control In The United States

Author: Donald J. Campbell
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440870306
Size: 13.22 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 1966
This book examines the controversies surrounding gun control, which are less about whether it "works" and more about whether the nation should prioritize traditional values of rugged independence or newer values of communitarian interdependence. • Presents an unbiased analysis and explanation of the gun control/gun rights debate • Examines the controversy in a broad historical perspective, illustrating how large social forces and prominent personalities helped to shape differing attitudes and cultures • Explains the broader social context surrounding the debate, rendering the subject more easily understandable • Highlights chapter material with documents, making it a useful resource for academic discussion or further scholarly research

Total Gun Manual Field Stream

Author: David E. Petzal
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 168188240X
Size: 37.49 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Shares insider hints, stories from the range and field, and hands-on guidance for the first-time gun owner and the seasoned veteran alike, offering advice on choosing the right gun, increasing shot accuracy, and staying safe.

Chambering Rifle Barrels For Accuracy

Author: Fred Zeglin
Publisher: 4D Reamer Rentals Limited
ISBN: 9780983159858
Size: 51.52 MB
Format: PDF
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in Part I, Fred Zeglin gives you an in depth study of what it takes to build an accurate hunting rifle. Fred has been building custom hunting rifles for over thirty years. His clients come from all walks of life and have one thing in common; when they go hunting they don't want to worry about the accuracy of their rifle.In Part II, Gordy Gritters explains the extreme accuracy requirements of a quality benchrest rifle. Gordy has nearly thirty years invested in building precision rifles. He is a competitive shooter as well as a gunsmith. Builder of many high accuracy rifles used by customers across North America to set records and win various rifle competitions including the Varmint Hunter Jamboree, Coyote Hunting National Championship, 1000 yard matches, 600 yard matches, F-Class matches, BR-50, IR 50-50, 100 and 200 yard benchrest matches, sniper matches, NRA service rifle matches, as well as for varmint and big game hunting.