EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND CUSTOMIZATION! Working on your own guns can be both fun and economical, and in this all-new fourth edition of Gunsmithing Pistols a Revolvers, certified master gunsmith and best-selling gun writer Patrick Sweeney shows you how to avoid costly repairs and improve your handgunas performance. Hundreds of photographs give step-by-step instructions on how to perform basic maintenance and repairs on a variety of popular pistols and revolvers. Professional gunsmiths typically charge $50-75 per hour for the same services and repairs detailed in Gunsmithing Pistols a Revolvers, 4th Edition. Sweeney shows you how to save that money by cleaning, polishing, and making minor repairs on your pistols and revolvers. COMPLETELY REVISED AND UPDATED NEW CHAPTERS COVERING THE SaW MaP, RUGER SR9/40/45, AND CZ-75 PROJECTS FOR THE BEGINNER AND THE ADVANCED ENTHUSIASTFinally, they go through a hot oil bath, to remove any water left behind by the stop bath. ... If neglected, it will quickly rust. ... So if you do send a handgun off to be blued, make sure you have all that in mind, take off all the nonsteel parts, and check everything twice. ... Depending on the particular steel and the precise solution, the surface reacts to form either manganese phosphate or zinc phosphate.
|Title||:||Gunsmithing Pistols & Revolvers|
|Publisher||:||Gun Digest Books - 2015-05-14|