Gunsmithing is when a person can repair, rebuild and restore a gun. To become a gunsmith, you will need to take classes. Penn Foster offers a course in gunsmithing.
I found a really good site that holds the information about really good Gunsmithing schools in Michigan. http://www.technical-schools-guide.com/michigan-gunsmithing-schools.html
"Yes, there are some gunsmithing schools near Boston. One of them is the Institute of Tech in boston. This school has many classes such as gunsmithing. This school also has classes on other subjects."
I have researched this topic for you and found that there are indeed online gunsmithing schools. Some that you may want to consider are Penn Foster Career School and Ashworth College which both offer online gunsmithing courses.
H. E. MacFarland has written: 'Gunsmithing Simplified' -- subject(s): Gunsmithing
Harold E. MacFarland has written: 'Introduction to modern gunsmithing' -- subject(s): Gunsmithing
Making and repairing firearms.
It is not mentioned in the question as to which area is local to you. But in U.S. the Trinidad State in Colorado offers good gunsmithing courses. National Rifle Association also offers good short term gunsmithing courses. Also you can take online courses from http://www.americangunsmith.com/
Ralph T. Walker has written: 'Black powder gunsmithing' -- subject(s): Gunsmithing, Muzzle-loading firearms
Depends on the type and application.
Take a gunsmithing course.
Colorado School of Gunsmithing is one way.
Unnecessary pointless handling of, and cycling the action of, a firearm.
You can't, not without machining expertise, or gunsmithing
Start with a LOT of money to buy liability insurance. Take a trade school course in gunsmithing, buy a bunch of expensive tools, rent a business location, get an FFL license, a business license, and tax ID number.
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While not illegal in most countries, gunsmithing is heavily restricted. For the most part, firearm related repairs are only performed by people trained and employed buy the police and the military. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunsmith#Global_Overview
I have researched online gunsmithing schools and found that there are indeed a wide range of directories that list the different schools available. A few that you may want to try are trade-schools dot net as well as smartschoolfinder dot com.
Brownells advertises itself as the world's largest supplier of gun parts, gunsmithing tools, and shooting accessories. In addition, many purchasers of tools like to find new supplies in bulk from less traditional sources, such as eBay or trade shows.
MidwayUSA's motto is 'Just About EverythingTM for Shooting, Reloading, Gunsmithing & Optics'.
From the Ruger website- FAQs- Does Ruger offer custom gunsmithing services? No. Although Ruger offers factory service on firearms that we manufacture, we do not offer any custom gunsmithing services. We do offer custom engraving through the Ruger Studio
Some guns yes, but most guns would require gunsmithing to change caliber.
Browning lists authorized repair centers on their web site
They learn how to fix guns, disassemble and reassemble guns, cleaning, touch ups on the finish, replace parts, as well as customizing! They make sure you learn how to make sure a gun is accurate when shooting as well. Check out this site http://www.collegesurfing.com/content/gunsmithing-training/ for more information!