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Title: The Gunsmith’s Reference Library
Post by: edog on April 26, 2018, 11:28:58 AM
The Gunsmith’s Reference Library

We have yet to meet a gunsmith who knows all there is to know about repairing, improving and servicing all kinds of firearms. Nor have we ever met one who’s discomfort level fails to rise when a gun he’s never worked on, or hasn’t seen in years, comes in. Unless you specialize—rifles only, pistols only, shotguns only, stocks, engraving—you can ill afford to turn down work unfamiliar to you, yet you can’t afford not to if performing it could create a dangerous situation. That’s why books take up much space in the best shops. They’re our safety net, and they have proven their value many times by showing a way to fill a customer’s needs.

Source: The Gunsmith’s Reference Library (http:///special_reports/accessories/american-gunsmith-tools-techniques-books-hatcher-harrison-stelle-manuals-11620-1.html)