DIY and How-To
Doing minor work on firearms does not necessarily mean that you need a master’s degree in engineering. Understanding basic tools, mechanics or physics is all you need to get started.
Does an AR look like it is a complicated piece of equipment? It is really not. With some basic tools and knowledge, you can do work on just about any part of the rifle.
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Sig P365 sight adjustment I have seen my share of P365s that needed sight adjustments. A buddy of mine bought […]
Old Style Sig Hammer Strut Assembly Disassembly While filming the Sig Classic Disassembly video, I show you the method I […]
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Fixing Polymer80 Frame Damage Our Fixing frame damage on a Polymer80 video will show you how to fill in the […]
Fixing a Polymer80 – Incorrectly drilled holes < Our Fixing a Polymer80 video series will walk you through fixing […]
P320 80% Build Adventure So you are thinking about building a Sig P320 80% pistol. Awesome, you have come to […]
Sig E2 Grip Replacement There has been a lot of debate on doing a Sig E2 grip replacement with a […]
Use our Cerakote Mix Calculators to help you mix your Cerakote by weight and not volume. Mixing by weight is […]
In the Beretta 92 96 M9 Series of videos, I used several tools and I figured that I would share […]
We have compiled a list of DOD recommended procedures for troubleshooting the most common issues in the following tables. This […]