Whether you're a professional gunsmith or just an interested do-it-yourselfer, you'll find what you need to keep your favorite pistols and revolvers perking in this revised 3rd Edition of Gunsmithing Pistols and Revolvers. From basic disassembly and maintenance to more complex repair and customization techniques, master gunsmith Pat Sweeney explains in clear text and detailed photos how to get the very most out of your pistol or revolver. Whether you're wondering how to mount a front or rear sight, replace a cylinder, give your gun a thorough cleaning or perform any one of a hundred other essential procedures, you'll find it in this revised edition of Gunsmithing Pistols and Revolvers. It's All Here: Hundreds of close-up photos Performance tips, tricks and techniques Special sections on the 1911, the Makarov, the vZ-52 and the Springfield XD And much more! abreak;Gunsmithing mistakes can be expensive. Protect your investment--with Gunsmithing Pistols and Revolvers!Cold rust-bluing, used more in the past than today, does not require the kind of equipment needed for hot- dip bluing, ... Modern improvements in chemistry have shortened the time, and reduced or removed the need for the warm water tanks to keep the surface ... The standard professional parkerized finish requires tanks of boiling phosphoric acid laced with dissolved filings of steel, zinc or manganese.
|Title||:||Gunsmithing - Pistols and Revolvers|
|Publisher||:||Gun Digest Books - 2009-12-03|