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Gunsmithing the AR-15

How to Maintain, Repair & Accessorize

By Patrick Sweeney

Format: Paperback

You’ll love this gunsmithing guide book if:

  • You have an AR-15 and are wanting to know how assemble or upgrade it yourself
  • You are an expert gunsmith or are studying to become one
  • You want have a well maintained AR-15 for years of reliable use

Gunsmithing the AR-15 is a book designed to help you master everything you need to know about how to be a gunsmith for the AR-15. Included are suggestions on how to assemble and disassemble the AR-15 along with simple maintenance for keeping your gun as good as new. In this gunsmithing book, you will be given the tools necessary to rebuild or convert your AR to a Piston design.

In guidebook you’ll discover:

  • AR-15 maintenance
  • How to fix your AR-15
  • Practical AR-15 accessories and modifications
  • Suggestions, tips, and tricks for the high AR performance
SKU Z6613
Additional Feature 350 b&w photos
Author/Speaker/Editor Patrick Sweeney
File/Trim Size 8.25 x 10.875
Format Paperback
ISBN 13 9781440208997
Number Of Pages 256

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Excellent AR-15 primer Review by Vince Morgillo

As usual Sweeney does an excellent job of teaching the ins and outs of the AR-15. This should be a first read for someone considering or just buying their first AR based rifle. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars if because of the editor. How the index could be so screwed up is beyond me. Any reader might as well rip the index page out, nothing on it is even close to the contents.

(Posted on 1/13/11)

Good book... poor editing Review by Mike

Overall a good book just like the rest of Sweeney's books. The only negative is the fact that the table of contents is completely screwed up. None of the page numbers match up with where the chapters actually start. I'm not sure how this made it past quality control.

(Posted on 11/6/10)

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