Thursday, September 27, 2012

Gun Parts Making Home Made

The process of making a replacement part deals particularly with the acquisition of a usable piece of metal. In an emergency beggars can not be choosers but some high quality steel can be harvested from varying parts of a car or truck. The front torsion bars on rear wheal drive cars and trucks is the same steal a gun barrel is made out of. If you know what you are doing  you can do a spark test on a bench grinder and the spark pattern will show what kind of steel you are working with. A  Thin orange spark stream shows nickel steel for example. Making gun parts can be as simple as using a hacksaw and varying files. Hardening  parts can be preformed in a pit fire in your back yard. Steel goes through different color changes when it comes time to finish hardening the part depending what you are trying to build-- you can even make springs, many of these things are explained in my book  so you could produce replacement parts and even a working gun at home not necessarily a single shot model either. Much of what you will see in this blog are things you can make at home involving things to improve your shooting, gun care, bullet casting tutoring and much more. I hope you will enjoy your visit.  Richard W. Norman

If there was ever a war then you will either make your supplies at home, salvage or do without. Below-- Bomb Shelter and Fall out Shelter All the designs were tested by the government and proved useful 1), 2) and 3) below each are the actual plans for home construction designed during the cold war. Eleven plans to chose from as well as Civil Defense manuals instructing you on how to survive nuclear war. Eleven  shelter plans to chose from  You can have them as e-books now as well as military and gun books over 70 titles to chose from.
Basement Concrete Block ShelterBelowground Clay Masonry Fallout Shelter PlansFamily Fallout Shelter
For gun books and military manuals see First Patriot Press

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