American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) Technical Manual & Armorer's Course Video "M1 Garand, M1A Rifles" DVD

Product #: 384747 American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) #: 1184 UPC #: 809237011847
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Shows how these rifles function, disassembly and reassembly, improving accuracy and basic repairs. 90 Minutes.

Technical Information

Host/Producer: American Gunsmithing Institute

Running Time: 90 Minutes

Summary of Material:
  • Today the M1 is enjoying a resurgence as a long range match rifle through the DCM program and the recent availability of imported surplus rifles. If you own an M1 Garand, or it's magazine fed brother the M1A, you'll want this course so that you can truly understand how your rifle functions, be able to totally strip it and reassemble it down to the last part and perform basic repairs. You will even understand how that mysterious clip feed system works and how to adjust it. Improving accuracy is also discussed. The differences and similarities internally between the M1 and the M1A are shown in detail. Instructed by Robert Dunlap.

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