Book 3 In The Gunsmithing Student Handbook Series
In this book Fred Zeglin and Gordy Gritters expose the reader to everything that is necessary to accomplish both a basic high quality hunting/varminting chamber job and a world-class method of chambering involving documentable and measurable results through the entire process.
The book is split into two sections.
Part 1 covers everything the gunsmith, shooter and hunter should know about installing a barrel that will produce sub MOA groups, day in and day out. You will learn that it’s not just the barrel that delivers repeatable results.
Part II of the book is all about bench rest quality and techniques. The takeaway for the gunsmith should be that details matter and will ensure results. For the gun owner, the message is simple: You get what you pay for when it comes to gunsmiths.
“Chambering Rifle Barrels for Accuracy” also offers comparisons between different types and methods of fitting barrels to hunting, varminting, informal target shooting and the precision match rifles.
Who This Book Is For
This book is for shooters who want to know every detail of the how and why of gunsmithing. Whether you plan to build guns or not, it will provide a highly detailed and technical explanation of the subject at hand, in a way that any gun lover will be able to understand. Professionals and hobbyists will enjoy this read.
About The Authors
Fred Zeglin and Gordy Gritters are both well-respected gunsmiths who have fit and chambered more barrels than either can count. Years of practical experience have gone into the information found in these pages.