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Well this is my channel and these are my impressions about shooting old and repro blackpowder and cartridge guns. You will find target shooting, hunting, reloading and military history related videos here starring pre 1945 firearms. Since I was a little child I knew I want to be a history teacher. In fact I graduated as one. Later I studied military sciences on university level, and now I am doing my phd in firearms history while I teach military history at the university. That's my life, my hobby. I hope you'll enjoy my videos as much I enjoyed making them. Greetings form Hungary, the land of good wines and beautiful women. Oh yes, and please forgive my Hunglish. ;)
The Idahoan demonstrates his so-called "Norris Chuck," a device that facilitates machining helical surfaces on cylindrical work pieces, by making a rifling button and driving it through a piece of DOM tubing to make a barrel blank.
This was truly a dream come true for me. I can't thank the people at Cci and Speer enough for allowing me to do this. I couldn't possibly show everything that went on at the factory. However, hopefully I showed you enough for you to grasp the concept of how rimfire is made. Want to learn more about firearms? sdi.edu Like me on Facebook http://Facebook.com/22plinkster Follow me on Twitter http://Twitter.com/22plinkster Follow me on Instagram @22plinkster 22plinkster shirts and hats http://www.beararmstacticalapparel.com/22plinkster/
For this and other MidwayUSA videos visit the MidwayUSA Video Library: http://bit.ly/13eEyfv Installing a new barrel on a Remington 700 is a lot easier than it used to be. Using a pre-threaded and short chambered barrel by Shilen, this job is easily accomplished by hand using only an action wrench, barrel vise, finish reamer, T-handle, and some headspace gages. Watch along as Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, installs the barrel and lengthens the chamber to final dimension.
11 degree target crown on lathe. The barrel was indicated before doing this which is an absolute necessity. I also used a brass lapping tool that I made in another video. Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/Precisionmachineshed Buy Stickers Here: 1 for $4.00, 2 for $5.00: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BWLBU6WMWB2CJ Email: email@example.com Let me know your thoughts! Copyright 2015
The Idahoan demonstrates a do-it-yourself version of the button rifling process for making a rifled pistol barrel with minimal tooling. DISCLAIMER: If you attempt anything shown in this video, you do so strictly at your own risk. No guarantee is made of the safety or suitability of barrels made by this process for any particular applicaiton.
Shooting AR15s at 100 yards with different twist rates with bullets from 40gr to 77gr and comparing the results. Also check out Goldspurs09's twist rate video: https://youtu.be/zSnXl_wnNAk
Welcome to Scott's Garage Another great project for my air rifle, trying not to make to much noise I decided to make a suppressor for my air rifle, my daughter and I like to target shoot, it's a blast. Our Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116913241771005804129/116913241771005804129/posts?pageId=116913241771005804129 Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GardeningFriend Thanks
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach is shown the barrel-making process as part of the Daniel Defense factory tour.
I invented the Bow Blower, a combination of the bow drill and forge blower to make a device that can force air into a fire while being easy to construct from commonly occurring natural materials using only primitive technology. I began by fanning a fire with a piece of bark to increase its temperature. It is this basic principle I improved on throughout the project. Next, I made a rotary fan from two pieces of bark that slot together at right angles to each other to form a simple 4 bladed paddle wheel about 20 cm in diameter and 5...
Ed McCarthy, the Watervliet Arsenal deputy commander, provides the history to the rotary forge operation at the arsenal.
In this video I show how easy it is to detail strip your Colt Series 80 Model 1911.
----PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM_y8hbTeF8 ---- Due to concerns over the rifling in my previous barrel (which were justified) I will be building a rifling attachment for my lathe. This is the first part, the second part will hopefully be the end but this may become a three part series. Next time we will make the rifling tool and finish the tail stock mount, then do some actual rifling
This is a fun thing to do on a old crappy airrifle. I do not recomend doing this on a expensive rifle.
In the Viking Era, the spear was the most common weapon. It had long range and was much cheaper than a sword. I show all the steps of creating a pattern-welded Viking spear from start to finish including forging the wrought iron socket and all the complicated pattern-welding steps that need to be combined at high temperatures in the forge fire. This is quite a complicated project and requires a large number of forging steps especially the forming of the wolf tooth pattern that make the original Finnish spearhead so famous. This video is an abbreviated version of the eight videos...
This Sine bar hook cut rifling machine was originally owned by "old man Savage". It then was bought from him by an Arizona gunsmith named Bill Sucalie. The diamond rifler, gundrill and gun barrel reamer was bought by Bill from Old man Savage all at the same time. Bob Blake my grandfather purchased Bill's Gunsmith buisness in 1966 to where Bob and my father Dave Blake ran a Barrel Making shop for about 5 Years. We had kept the equipment all of these years and have remained gundrill speacialist ever since. We have now restored...
My simple, crude tool to cut rifle grooves in blank barrels.
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In this video I show how to forge a flatter. If you like my videos you can support me at: https://www.patreon.com/torbjornahman
http://nramuseum.com Lewis and Clark's secret weapon - a late 18th Century .46 cal. 20 shot repeating air rifle by Girandoni , as used bin the Napoleonic Wars. A Treasure Gun from the NRA National Firearms Museum. See more at http://NRAmuseum.com. Narrated by Phil Schreier.
George Smithwick is a sixth generation cooper who makes traditional wooden buckets and barrels. He is continuing a family tradition that began in the 18th century in Ireland. George talks to us about what a Cooper is, some history of the trade, tools he uses, and the step-by-step process of making a wooden bucket. Edward Washington and Jimmy Murray from the Sydney Living Museums' Programs team flew down to catch up with George to see if he could help with making us some new buckets and he was happy to show us how he worked; using tools, techniques and practises that...
Rifling a barrel - push button rifling. The button turns by it self. A 10 T press is enough to push the button through the barrel. We are also offering deep hole drilling on professional drilling machines. If you are interested in buttons or deep hole drilling you can contact me email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some random parts and gun drilling some nitronic 50 blanks
Assumes you have researched cutting your own rifle barrel and offers additional tips. Using just minimum hand tools. Easy DIY. Good success on my first try. Total of all supplies was about $12.
This is how i turn and thread a barrel blank. i also included some tips on how to profile a barrel if you don't have a steady rest.
A computer animation created by Demonstratives, Inc. of the museum's 1853 Robbins & Lawrence rifling machine.