How To: Disassemble a Lee Enfield No1 MkIII

Check out this instructional weapon video that shows how to disassemble a Lee Enfield No1 MkIII rifle. Using a 1941 Lithgow No1 MkIII, this tutorial provides general guidance to beginners and gun enthusiasts who need help with stripping and dismantling of the No1 MkIII rifle and replacing the four stock.

How To: Build the worlds simpliest homemade air gun

My version of a very simple air gun. You need only 3 parts to build the gun and plus barrel. Making it is very easy after finding right parts. Parts im using might be ava... More»ilable only in Finland but this should give you an idea how to build an air gun. WARNING: This device is lethal so use caution when you use it. Dont shoot at anything that might die, like your friend or a rabbit. Just destroy useless stuff

How To: Make an easy homemade rifle silencer

In this video, learn how to make an easy & cheap home made gun silencer. Materials you will need include: aluminum steel, screen material, a sponge/steel wool, and string or thread. Spray paint is an optional item, in case you'd like to customize it. Good luck with your project!

How To: Make a simple homemade high-powered slingshot gun

Watch this weapons video tutorial on how to make a simple homemade high-powered slingshot gun. This is a step-by-step guide on how to make an incredibly hi-powered gun or slingshot or airsoft gun. All you need is scissors, a balloon, tape, and a everyday cardboard toilet paper roll. This slingshot weapon is strong enough to fire through cans of soda!

How To: Clean the Springfield XD series pistol

Watch this weapons video from Talon Training Group, LLC to learn how to clean the Springfield XD series pistol. This Springfield Armory XD Series handgun is a semi-automatic, sub-compact 9mm firearm. The XD (X-Treme Duty) series is very reliable and accurate, and are polymer-framed and striker-fired. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to clear, disassemble, clean, and reassemble one of these Springfield XD pistols.

How To: Disassemble your Ruger single-action revolver

If you own a Ruger firearm, maybe it's about time you learned everything there is to know about it. If you have a Ruger handgun, you might want to know how to take it apart, or how to clean it, or how to put it back together. Ruger is an "arms maker for responsible citizens," so don't let those other firearms manufacturers fool you. Learn from the professionals, learn from Ruger in this weapons video tutorial.

How To: Clean your SIG Sauer pistol from top to bottom

This video tutorial can be used alone or in conjunction with the Preventive Maintenance Guide to assist you in the professional care of your SIG SAUER semiautomatic pistol. Check out how to clean your SIG SAUER pistol from top to bottom. If you can clean it off, it probably shouldn't be there anyway, right?

How To: Clean your Ruger Mark III Rimfire Autoloading pistol

If you own a Ruger firearm, maybe it's about time you learned everything there is to know about it. If you have a Ruger handgun, you might want to know how to take it apart, or how to clean it, or how to put it back together. Ruger is an "arms maker for responsible citizens," so don't let those other firearms manufacturers fool you. Learn from the professionals, learn from Ruger in this weapons video tutorial.

How To: Reassemble your Ruger single-action revolver

If you own a Ruger firearm, maybe it's about time you learned everything there is to know about it. If you have a Ruger handgun, you might want to know how to take it apart, or how to clean it, or how to put it back together. Ruger is an "arms maker for responsible citizens," so don't let those other firearms manufacturers fool you. Learn from the professionals, learn from Ruger in this weapons video tutorial.

How To: Assemble the M1911 semi-automatic pistol

With this video tutorial, or should I say animated instructions, you can see how to assemble the M1911 semi-automatic pistol. This animation is better than most weapon videos, because it shows every detail of the M1911 single-action, semi-auto handgun. In the process of putting an M1911 pistol together, you'll find the recoil spring, the barrel bushing, the slidestop, hammer pin, the hammer assembly, mainspring housing pin, hand grips, firing pin, extractor and everything else in guts of the ...

How To: Clean and lubricate the Glock firearm

This video tutorial will show you how to clean and lubricate the Glock firearm. The Glock is the weapon that police, special units, security serves and the military use, and there's a reason and it's because of its polymer design and minimum weight, not to mention reliability.

How To: Clean a Ruger P95 pistol

This video tutorial will show you how to properly clean the Ruger P95, which is a centerfire semi-automatic pistol made by Sturm, Ruger & Company. In order to clean the handgun, you will need to have a cleaning kit, and you will need to be able to disassemble the firearm. Once your Ruger P95 handgun is field stripped, start cleaning. Get out your old rags, your old toothbrushes, and some oil and you're set for Ruger-good time.

How To: Make a potato gun sparker for under $10

This video describes the process of making a potato gun sparker for under $10. Using a sparker replace the butane lighter that most potato guns use to ignite the hair spray. This uses a grill starter which can be purchased for $5 at Wal-Mart. You will also need a soldering iron to make the wired connections. The grill starter is drilled into a PVC cap and then glued permanently into the location. The sparking wire is stripped about two inches to make sure the spark action is sufficient. The P...

How To: Build the egg gun

Build an egg gun with Loup226's easy tutorial. Make your very own Egg Gun by following these simple steps. Setting up the egg gun is the first step. For the small one, take the adapter and place the egg inside. Release the butane for 20 seconds, and your egg gun is ready. Next is preparing the egg. The trick for launching an egg and not breaking it in the gun is to boil the egg for four minutes and no more. The egg should be looking like that inside. Finally, the first test. Carry out your fi...

How To: Repair and crown the muzzle of a rifle barrel

This video provides the information necessary for anyone to recrown the muzzle of their rifle using simple hand tools. Larry Potterfield, CEO and Founder of MidwayUSA, repairs and crowns the muzzle of a Winchester model 60 to demonstrate the process. Start by removing all of the damaged material from the muzzle with a smooth, chalked file. Tool marks are eliminated by polishing with varying grits of sandpaper, using the file as a backer. Once the surface is square and smooth, the crown is cut...

How To: Disassemble a Mossberg 500 shotgun

Watch this video to learn how to field strip a Mossberg 500 shotgun and then reassemble it. The disassembly is easy for these weapons and not that tricky to put back together. First, make sure the shotgun is unloaded. Absolutely no rounds is in the chamber. Then, take the barrel off. Next, take apart the receiver, the trigger housing and everything else you want. After all of that, put the Mossberg back together. It's just too bad you can't attached a bayonet on this shotgun, eh?

How To: Clean an SKS Rifle

So you went out and bought an SKS rifle...good for you. In my opinion, there are few rifles that can match the SKS as a personal weapon, whether used for hunting, recreation, or defense. Yes, some people will tell you that your SKS is a piece of outdated junk, and that their $2,000 rifle with all its fancy bells and whistles is much better, but just keep in mind that your SKS will still be functioning long after that fancy rifle has been thrown in the scrap heap. If properly maintained, an SK...

How To: Field Strip, Disassemble, Reassemble, Clean & Maintain a Military-Issued M4 Carbine Rifle

At home, owning a rifle is either for sport or fanaticism.  Having an M4 Carbine, however, is illegal.  Only government agencies can own and use the Colt M4 Carbine, most notably— the U.S. Military.  And for a soldier, that rifle means life or death, so it’s the number one concern for soldiers serving in Iraq or Afghanistan today.  For a soldier, cleaning and maintaining their issued weapon is always priority, because an unclean rifle can resort in jams, misfires, and other malfunctions.

How To: Polish and prepare a rifle barrel for bluing

If you have a rifle you want to keep beautiful and rust-free, then bluing is necessary step for its survival. It's a passivation process that has many different types used, like cold bluing, hot bluing, rust bluing and fume bluing. No matter what type you're going to perform on your rifle barrel, there's one thing you need to keep in mind—polishing. Before you can fully refinish your gun metal, it's important that you polish the surface before actually bluing.

How To: Make tracer ammo

This video shows the secret of making a tracer ammo useful for hunting during night time. You will need: a rifle, . 22/5. 5 ammo, glow in the dark fishing glue and a UV torch. First fill the rear of the pellet with flow in the dark fishing glue. The glue will shrink as it starts to dry, so use a lot of it as it shrinks. When glue gets dried in the pellet it will look as shown in the video. Fix the UV torch to the rifle using a rubber band with the bulb pointing the loading breach. Now load th...

How To: Clean an AK-47

Hello again, faithful audience. In this article I will be showing you how to take care of an AK-47 rifle. These are, in my opinion, the finest rifles ever made, mostly because of their extremely high reliability factor. Even people who have never touched an AK are aware of its reputation as the toughest gun of all time. If you are fortunate enough to own one of these, you will need to learn how to clean it and take care of it.

How To: Fix a faulty trigger on your Airsoft gun

Oh, no! The trigger mechanism for your favorite Airsoft gun isn't working! Fortunately, in most cases, this doesn't mean you have to buy a replacement - you can usually easily and cheaply repair the trigger. You'll need a screwdriver so you can remove all the screws from the gun case (and be careful not to loose any of the screws!). And don't forget to remove the magazine before attempting to take the gun apart. Then just clear any blockage you see!

How To: Mount an air rifle scope

Most air rifles have a mount that will make it easy to install a scope. This video will help you to choose the appropriate scope and how to mount it. You will need an air rifle rated scope so that the recoil does not break the piece. You can attach a mount to the rails or a two ring system. The mount is stronger but the rings are more flexible. The size of your scope will be determined by the type and size of your gun. A spring air rifle will need with adequate recoil abilities. Screws should...

How To: Fit your shotgun by adjusting pitch and point of aim

In this how-to video, you will learn how to fit your shotgun. Pitch will keep you from getting beat up and point of target. Pitch refers to the angle at which the butt is shaped. A neutral stock will leave the stock parallel. If the barrel leans away, you have down pitch. If the opposite is true, you have up pitch. To change the pitch, use quarters. They do not collapse under pressure and are readily available. Place the coins under a loosened heel or toe of the butt. Check to see where the p...

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