Category Archives: Gunsmithing
One of the things I’d like to attempt as this site builds up to actual design of firearms, is to create some modular pieces that can be used when other parts of the design are the point of interest. As … Continue reading
Ray Brandes has written an excellent treatise on machining an AR-15 lower receiver from an inexpensive “0%” forging. What follows is a photographic expo of following those instructions (mostly) to create a new AR-15 lower receiver. For the most part, … Continue reading
I just picked up a Marlin 917V, and after two shots I knew something had to be done about the trigger. On my first attempt to shoot I actually stopped pulling because I thought the safety was on! Regrettably, I … Continue reading
To build an AR-15 in .45, the bolt must be opened up to accept the larger case. This also requires some work on the extractor.