Okay guys and gals, October has kicked my butt. First 10 days in Colorado, then the seminar at my homestead, then the earthworks course in Louisiana. I need a fun and easy show and I bet with all the crap going on with the government, the economy and other things many of you do too.
Today I am going to discuss some cool gun projects you can do and exactly how to do them. None require any advanced gunsmithing knowledge or master wood working skills to do.
We will also discuss some cool and easy to install accessories and where to get them and why they are actually worth having. A little bit on reloading, including my special 44 Mag “quiet load” and even a tiny bit of airsoft shooting.
This should be a fun show, it won’t be a 100% how to show but it will give you a ton of fun projects, let you know what is possible and get you thinking. It may also give you a few projects for those long winter nights when many of us get a bit of cabin fever in January and February. It sounds crazy but those days are just around the corner.
Join Me Today As We Discuss…
- The easiest money saver, rehabbing old break action shotguns
- The “rubber washer trick” with the NEF/H&R break action rifle
- Conversion of the NEF to 357 max or “k-hornet”
- Getting started reloading with the “lee loader” it fits in a shirt pocket
- The 22 LR “flat point” jig
- Restoration of Military Surplus Arms (without ruining them)
- Turning a mosin nagant into a “scout rifle”
- Creating in stock survival kits
- Starting a fire with a rifle
- Cut shells for the shot gun (slugs on demand)
- Convert a 10/22 to an M1 Carbine Clone
- Build a black powder rifle from a kit
- Build a “survival sling” from leather or paracord
- Loads so quite you don’t need a suppressor
- Build simple “airsoft” reactive targets for cheap or suburban practice
Resources for today’s show…
- The Year 1235
- Join Our Forum
- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- Shop for TSP Silver
- TSP Gear
- Back Yard Food Production – (sponsor of the day)
- Fortress Defense Consultants – (sponsor of the day)
- Making the NEF Rifle Better – Includes Rubber Washer Mod
- NEF Rifle List on Yahoo
- NEF Barrel Accessory Program
- Lee Loader Rifle
- Lee Loader Pistol
- Great thread on an 10/22 to M1 Conversion Project
- Stock for the 10/22 M1 Conversion
- Tech Site Set for the 10/22
- 30 Carbine Dummy Mags for the 10/22
- Load Data for the 44 Special Load I Mentioned
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