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"How-To" Rebarrel & Blueprint Military Bolt Action Rifles


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Product ID# 328DVD

Here is the "how-to" information you need to rebarrel and tune (blueprint) Mauser Military Bolt Action Rifles. The techniques shown are also applicable to most military bolt-action rifles. Ken Brooks, Professional Gunsmith, and Instructor at Lassen College Gunsmithing School teaches you everything you need to know.


You will learn:


  • How to remove the old barrel, fit firing pin tips and repair oversized firing pin holes for higher-pressure calibers
  • Squaring and truing the action
  • Laping the lugs
  • Bolt stop modifications for a smoother action
  • How to open up magazines for full-length cartridges
  • How to fit a pre-threaded (short chambered) barrel
  • Installing shoulders to prevent bullet nose damage
  • Converting from standard cartridges to Magnum
  • Opening the bolt face and fitting the rails
  • Discussion of action heat-treating
  • Improving the safety of the action


Applicable to Mauser 91, 92, 93, 94, 96 & 98s, Enfields 1914/17, Springfield 03s, Arisakas, etc.

"How-To" Rebarrel & Blueprint Military Bolt Action Rifles


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