DVD format. Running time varies. Well-lit, professionally photographed with sharply focused close-ups and good sound quality. Unique classes go from history and design through a detailed stripping, cleaning and inspection; each covers just one gun or a series. You get a close-up look at the identifying features. A How-It-Works section is followed by detailed, one-step-at-a-time disassembly instructions. You’ll learn many handy tips, like when to watch out for, and prevent, flying springs. Next, the host does a thorough cleaning and oiling, pointing out things to look for which indicate problems that can be corrected before they cause a malfunction. The reassembly portion isn’t just “reassemble in reverse order”. You’ll stop and look at the parts, learn exactly how to put the pieces back together correctly and pick up more repair tricks. Tuning Tips shows you ways to make sure the gun functions better than it did when you started. Accessories covers spare parts you should keep around, and why. Throughout the presentations, you’ll pick up troubleshooting tips and cures.
1911, Issue:11, Page:064
Big Book Catalog, Issue:72, Page:376