Requiem For A Gunsmith, Part Two

A gunsmith reminisces over decades of hard-won knowledge.

by Wendell Dwight Deaner

In part one of this series, we began by asking and answering some common questions that may arise between a gunsmith and his customers. It’s a for-fun exercise useful only for entertainment value. You can probably think of dozens more. Many of you may disagree with some of my answers. Feel free to point this out. I’m not right all the time, but I try to keep my average at 99.9% or better!

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