Every hunter has that gun he wishes he could tune up, whether it's the ugly old piece that shoots straight, or the beauty which can't hit a thing. This book is, pure and simple, an attempt at expanding any hunter's knowledge of gunsmithing. It's an overview designed to provide insight, ideas and techniques that will give the amateur gunsmith the confidence and skill to work on his own guns.
In clear and accessible terms, Henderson explains everything from setting up the small gunsmithing shop to building special purpose guns.
Topics covered include:
Shotgun Types and Maintenance-General Trouble Shooting-Common Problems-More Challenging Problems-Stocks and Woodworking-Soldering and Brazing-Basic Metal Polishing-Barrel Work-Blueing and Plating-Trigger Work-Restoring-Second Skins-Scope Mounting-Recoil Reduction Tips-Building a Special Purpose Gun
No matter what you hunt, competently working on your own guns adds an intriguing dimension to shotgunning, and this book is a comprehensive introduction to the art.
The ultimate guide to maintaining and repairing shotguns.