American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) Video "How to Heat Treat Carbon Steels & Case Hardening Metal Parts" DVD

  • Product #: 912658
  • American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI) #: 3194
  • UPC #: 809237031944
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Heat treating high carbon steel is a basic operation that every gunsmith should know, amateur and professional alike. This simple, easy to follow instructional video covers the basic steps to annealing, drawing back and spot hardening; all processes that have their place in the gun shop. 49 minutes.
Summary of Material:

Every gunsmith needs to know how to treat metals to make or modify parts for use. In this hour of instruction Bob Dunlap teaches you how to work with medium and high carbon steels commonly found in gun parts today. Annealing, drawing back and spot hardening are all covered, and the uses of each technique explained. This clear, and simple course is standard, basic knowledge that you will find is used daily in the gun shop.

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