For over 110 years boys have been filling their dreams with Marlin's little lever action .22 rifle and its successors. These are the world's most popular .22 lever actions and there are millions of them around.The Golden model 39A started life as the Marlin model 1891, the first lever action rifle ever chambered in .22LR. The tubular magazine was changed to front-loading with the model 1892. The 1892 gave way to the takedown model 1897, which became the model 39 in 1921 and model 39A in 1937. The Golden model 39A Mountie was introduced in 1954. The 39 was produced until 1983 when the current Golden 39A with the cross bolt safety was introduced. Changes between models were so minimal the rifle is considered to have been continually produced to the same basic specifications for over 110 years.Until now there just was not any information available to the average owner on how to care for and improve these guns. Instructor Bob Dunlap shows everyone how to completely strip the gun down, put it back together, and what to look for in the process. Bob understands the design, function, and repair of James Marlins classic lever gun design as well or better than any other gunsmith alive does today. He uses a cut-a way gun to enable you to actually see how the internal parts work together, and their functional interrelationships. Now you can learn what each part is supposed to do, and how this great design has been the basis of one of the most successful guns ever made.Click the video play button on the image for more information about AGI’s Armorer’s Courses.
With over 4 million of these inexpensive little .22's out there, this is your chance to really get ahead. These rifles were sold under several different names, and even through department stores like Sears, Western Auto, and Montgomery Wards. This course is applicable to all models. Those of us who have owned one of these neat little rifles know they are great for accuracy and reliability, but when they do go bad, it is hard to find someone who knows how to fix them. Well, here is your chance to learn what it takes to keep your gun up and running or simply ways to repair the ones you picked up cheap. Join Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap for two hours of instruction on the design and function of one of the best-selling guns of our time. As always Bob uses a custom cut-a way and shows complete disassembly of the gun, and gives tips on what repairs are common and how to fix them yourself. Not only is it fun and informative, but you will be able to take advantage of some of the best deals in the gun market today. If you want the quick course on how to get these Marlin / Glenfield rifles apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you.Click the video play button on the image for more information about AGI’s Armorer’s Courses.
Bob Dunlap takes you through the history, design, function, and repair of Bill Ruger®s immensely popular .22 semi-auto. The 10/22®, along with the 1911 pistol and the AR-15 rifle, are the most accessorized firearms in the world. Bob uses a cut-away gun to allow you to see the operation and interaction of all of those hidden parts. If you want the quick course on how to get the Worlds Most Popular Rim fire Rifle apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you.Click the video play button on the image for more information about AGI’s Armorer’s Courses.