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Interested in Gunsmithing and History?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MoscowMike, Sep 19, 2019.

  1. MoscowMike

    MoscowMike Member

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    If you are interested in gunsmithing, history and a bit of humor you might enjoy Mark Novak's Anvil series. Here's a link to one of the videos



    With the way YouTube is treating firearm related posts, he needs direct support. I am paying a bit every month to him, Forgotten Weapons and C&Rsenal through Patreon

    https://www.patreon.com/anvil

    If more of us just took $5 or $10 a month and spread it over a few YouTube sites, there would be more interesting shows to watch.
     
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  2. theotherwaldo

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    Yeah, I've been sending Othais and Mae a few bucks as well.
    I'm considering sending a bit to Mark, too.
     
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    For purely conversational purposes I would love to know more about how to gun smith with crude implements.
     
  4. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    He has W. E. Brownells checkering tools. That's what a few of us ordered when we wanted new handles.
     
  5. 22250Rem

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    That was pretty interesting. Thanks for posting and thanks for the link.
     
  6. Catman42

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    one of my best gunsmithing pieces of equipment is my tennessee turning lathe. a 3/8 drill motor locked in a vice and a good flat file.
     
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  7. MoscowMike

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    Here's part one of Mark restoring an MP-18. Good stuff.

     
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