Gunsmithing Tools for Firearm Repair

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The Enhanced Master Gunsmithing Course

The Enhanced Master Gunsmithing Course includes everything in The Master Gunsmithing Course plus I will also get the following gunsmithing tools and materials used in firearm repair* listed below:


  • 7″ x 12″ Bench Top Lathe (a small but ideal and effective lathe for general gunsmithing, you will be able to turn threads, set back pistol barrels, make firing pins and hundreds of other repairs.)
  • 6″ Wire Wheel
  • Belt Sander with disc sander (for fitting, polishing parts, and installing recoil pads)
  • Bench Grinder and Wire Brush
  • Bench Top Drill Press
  • Gunsmithing Bench Vise (a solid vise with wide parallel jaws)
  • Foredom Hand Grinder with cutters and bits, including Flex Shaft, Handle and Variable Speed Foot Control.
  • Oxy-acetylene Torch, Tip and Regulator Kit (tanks not included)
  • AGI Oil Mat
  • AGI Hand Tool Set:
  • Complete Set of Gunsmithing Screw Drivers
  • Brass Punch Set
  • Steel Pin Punch Set
  • 4 ounce Ball Pein Hammer
  • 8 ounce Brass Hammer
  • Gun Coat Airbrush Metal Finishing Kit (refinish firearms with multi color state of the art finishes)
  • 2 ounce Ball Pein Hammer
  • Plastic Mallet
  • Brass and Steel Punch Set
  • Pliers Set and Diagonal Cutter
  • Dental Pick Set
  • Professional File Set
  • Needle File Set
  • Safety Glasses
  • Thread Gauge
  • Gunsmith’s Bench Block
  • Precision Tools:
  • Digital Calipers
  • Laser Boresighting System (for collimating scopes)
  • Electronic Trigger Pull Gage


And More:


  • Rifle Holding Cleaning Fixture and Cradle
  • Set of “Jack First” Three Volume 2,000 page Parts Schematics Catalogs
  • Gun Parts Corp Reference Manual
  • Brownells Catalog Offer
  • 6″ x 1/2″ Norton Trigger and Sear Stones
  • Screw Gizzie (for grinding screws to fit)
  • Gunsmith Parallel Jaw Pliers
  • Mauser Bolt Extractor Pliers
  • And other goodies . . .


*The tools in this package are representations. Actual models, manufacturers or items are subject to availability and may change without notice.

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What level of gunsmithing education are you seeking?

I am a Hobbyist and only want to work with my own guns.

I want to be a Professional Certified Gunsmith Part-Time / Full Time.

I want a retirement income within 3-5 years.

I am an FFL dealer / Gunsmithing is a potential add-on business opportunity.
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It is not a requirement in the state of California to obtain a Gunsmithing Certificate to practice gunsmithing. However, possessing a Gunsmithing Certificate will demonstrate a proven level of competence. A Federal Firearms License and State licenses are required to operate a gunsmithing business.
The American Gunsmithing Institute’s approval to operate as a private postsecondary institution in the state of California is based on provisions of the California Private Postsecondary Education Act (CPPEA) of 2009 (California Education Code, Title 3, Division 10, Part 59, Chapter 8), which was effective January 1, 2010. The Bureau can be reached at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833,, toll-free telephone number (888) 370-7589 or by fax (916) 263-1897.
Professional Gunsmithing Courses not available to Oklahoma residents at this time.