3084 – BUILDING ULTIMATE 1911 vol. 1
He will take you through the entire process, revealing all the tricks he has learned over the years along with some of the latest upgrades available for your pistol.
This course is unlike any other previously offered and contains information you will not find anywhere else. Save hundreds of dollars!
Four hours on one DVD. Over two years of research and development. Everything is covered in complete detail!
3094 – Building the Ultimate 1911 – Volume 2
Master Gunsmith, Gene Shuey takes you to the next level of custom 1911 building with this course on “Building the Race Ready Kit.
If you want to build a really hot 1911 style pistol with many custom features and want to save significant time and money, building a semi-custom 1911 from a kit makes a lot of sense. Many of the custom features that you would normally have to do yourself are already done for you by the manufacturer. All the costly machining operations are done, such as a high cut frame, checkered front strap, integral, flared, mag well and beavertail grip safety and a slide already milled for adjustable sights, to name a few.
This course will provide you with all the knowledge that you will need to turn a “Race Ready Kit” into a great carry gun or match winning pistol. While this course covers this subject in complete detail, it is the perfect next step for those of you who are serious about Pistolsmithing 1911 style pistols. Mr. Shuey demonstrates many different tools and fixtures not covered in Volume I of the Ultimate 1911.
3164 – Build the Hi-Capacity 1911 Vol 3
In the final installment of this series, Gene Shuey, teaches you how to build the ultimate custom high capacity (wide body) 1911 style pistol for carry or competition.
Detailed how-to video instruction includes:
Comparing and evaluating the high capacity pistol of today
How to select the best components & parts
How to fit an over sized slide for maximum accuracy &
How to install adjustable & fiber optic sights
Learn how to checker & serrate steel parts
Installing a “gunsmith fit” bull barrel
How to select the proper sized link
How to correctly install an ambidextrous safety
Machining a flat rib on top of a slide
How to do a professional “trigger job” on any 1911
How to do a 1.5 lb. trigger safely
How to ream & head space a chamber
How to set up an extractor & ejector for flawless
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