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AGI - Remington 1100 and 1187 Shotgun Armorer's Course (DVDRIP)


AGI - Remington 1100 and 1187 Shotgun Armorer's Course (DVDRIP)
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Bob Dunlap is a renowned expert on most of todays and yesterdays important AND obscure firearms. He has been a warranty station for most manufacturers, both large and small. He understanding of the design, function, and repair of firearms in general is unsurpassed, and certainly includes the gun that has become the most popular semi-auto shotgun in America, not only among sportsmen, but the military and Law Enforcement as well. In typical AGI fashion, a cut away gun is used so that you can actually see how the various parts function, move, and interact.
If you want the quick course on how to get this super popular semi-auto shotgun apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you (if you want the long course, look into our basic 108 hour Professional Gunsmith course).
Among the items covered are:
History
* Introduced in 1963, one of the best and most reliable semi-auto guns made
* First really successful gas operated shotgun. Designed by Wayne Leeks
* The 1100 was the first shotgun actually designed with the aid of a computer
* The 1100 would fire all types of 2 loads without adjustments. The 11-87 is a refinement that allows the use of 3 loads as well
* The guns are very strong and will take overloads and plugged barrels that would cause other guns to blow up
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