7 comments


  • Thanks for taking the time to research this and to find good videos. Those Youtube videos are great, and I have used them before to disassemble, clean, and reassemble my firearms. I also purchased a DVD for every handgun and long gun that I own, from the American Gunsmithing Institute. These are expensive, and not absolutely necessary with all the youtube videos out there, but it’s nice to have “hard” copies that I can run on my battery-run laptop if the SHTF. Over the years I’ve made it a point to buy the DVD from AGI at the same time that I purchased a new firearm, and then to actually completely break down the firearm and reassemble it using the DVD, just to become very familiar with my firearms. 50 times? Not quite there yet but working on it.

    February 06, 2016
  • Frank Brodeur

    Since this is something we have trained for in the past on many occasions, and I have kept proficient at, my best time, including total bolt take down and re-assembly was just slightly over 2 minutes. Thats not consistent, but it is my best time that I got during my timed attempts. Since I was taking it apart I threw in my new titanium firing pin with a special TinC coating, so my original firing pin is now a spare part replacement if ever needed.

    February 08, 2016
  • kevin paubel

    I did not perform this 50 times. I did this several times with my fastest being 1 minute 26 seconds on my battle rifle and 23 seconds with my handgun.

    February 14, 2016
  • Scott Clements

    All weapons are disassembled after every usage for cleaning and all weapons are disassembled and cleaned monthly to maintain readiness. Storage of all weapons is in a locked and secured area either being a room or safe depending on the location.

    February 14, 2016
  • Jeff Ryan

    I found the video a great help. I have done it now over and over. I have not timed myself yet but will get it done sone. I fine all this new trainting great and very helpful.
    Thanks for all the time that you have put in on this.

    February 14, 2016
  • Capt H

    Great work men! Keep training.

    February 16, 2016
  • Here is my favorite video on field stripping your AR15. It is concise and to the point, without wasting any of your time. There is one distraction that you will notice (or maybe two!)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKTutSMZ4FU

    March 13, 2016

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