Available in Brass or German silver.
One side calibers up to 80, other side: shotgun bore up to 10.
Also metric sizes.
Handy carry-on key chain. Handy use in stores, firing line, gun shows, etc.
Works best for muzzleloading guns
Wedge Key and Sight Drift Punch
Our knurled brass drift punch was made to allow installing and adjusting dovetail sights, and removing wedge keys from rifles, shotguns, and percussion revolvers, without marking the part. The brass drift is 2-1/2" in overall length, 3/8" in diameter. The blade area is .083" thick and 3/8" wide.
Never Leak Oiler
Gives one drop just where wanted. Absolutely tight and will not leak. Can be carried in pocket or case without soiling other articles. Constructed of solid brass, measuring 3-1/2" long. Very lightweight. Ideal for hunting pouch, shooting box, car, camper, fishing reel or just around the house.
Coil Mainspring Vise
This tool is designed to safely compress the coil mainspring in a Thompson Center and other similar imported locks that use a coil mainspring. Novice gun owners may try to disassemble a coil mainspring lock using a needle nose Vice-Grip® pliers, but then the coil mainspring goes flying across the room only to be lost.
This tool allows for easy removable and installation of a coil mainspring. Simply lower the hammer all the way down. Center the tool hooks on the mainspring plunger collar and plunger boss. Then squeeze gently. The coil mainspring will compress enough to allow the mainspring and plunger to be removed from the tumbler notch. It securely holds the compressed mainspring in place while removing it. Gently let go to release it from the tool. To install the mainspring back in the lock, center the tool on the mainspring plunger boss and hook the other end back on the collar of the mainspring plunger. Squeeze slightly and set the mainspring plunger back into the tumbler notch.
Removal and installation can be done in just a few seconds. Never have your mainspring go flying across the room again.
Lyman X Block Gunsmith Bench Block
Lyman X Block Gunsmith Bench Block
Having the right tool for the job makes any gunsmithing project so much easier! Without the right tool, you may damage fine finishes or break parts.
The X-Block is the right tool for anyone driving pins out of firearms. It has all the features to get the job done smoothly and professionally. The X-Block has both a “V” slot and a rounded slot running across the face of the block to support a variety of barrels and slides. The block is made of a tough, non-marring, polymer, and edged with a softer non-slip outer overmould.
The block has multiple holes to take on most any project, as well as a moulded in magnet on the back side of the block to catch pins and other small parts as they drop out. Its large 5″ diameter provides a stable base with plenty of support.
- Large 5″ diameter
- Magnet moulded into base to catch pins or small parts
- Made of tough, non-marring polymer
- “V” slot and rounded slot run across the block face to fit most every need such as pistol barrels, slides and frames
- Soft, non-slip sidewalls for improved grip
Wheeler Brass & Nylon Hammer
This hammer features both a 1" brass face and a non-marring 1" nylon face that is great for alignment and other uses where a steel hammer is not appropriate. 11" overall.
Muzzle Loader Main Spring Vice
Novice gun owners may try to disassemble a fine lock using a Channel Lock® or Vice-Grip® pliers, but every experienced gunsmith knows the value of our mainspring vise.
Avoid scratching your mainspring. Scratches form stress marks, eventually causing breakage.
Draw the lock to half cock, slip on the spring vise, gently tighten the screw, then gently lower the hammer. Never compress the spring past full cock!
Roll Pin Punch Set
Roll pins require this special punch set
Ideal tools for removing hollow, split roll pins. Special round nose design allows proper alignment of punch in roll pin to prevent damage to fine mechanisms such as trigger group parts. Roll Pin Punches come in 1/16, 3/32, 1/8, 5/32 sizes.
Gunsmith Punch Set
13 Piece Professional Gun Smithing Kit is a high quality hammer and punch set which is ideal for trouble free firearm assembly and disassembly.
This all in one kit is a must have for any shooter who loves to tweak their guns to perfection!
8oz Hammer with Brass Head
Steel Punch in Sizes (") - 3/32 and 1/16
Brass Punch in Sizes (") - 5/16, 9/32, 1/4, 7/32, 3/16, 5/32, 9/64 and 1/8
Plastic Punch in Sizes (") - 3/8 and 15/64
Sturdy Plastic Carry/Storage Case
Trigger Pull Gauge
The Wheeler Trigger Pull Scale accurately measures trigger pull weight from 8 ounces to 8 pounds. It features an ergonomically shaped handle for consistent direction of pull. Highly visible increment markings and easy to read sliding indicator that stays ont eh maximum weight registered make it easy to read. It measures in 2 ounce increments and is accurate to +/- 2 oz.
The trigger pull scale is an excellent tool for use when adjusting triggers to ensure accuracy and maintain safe performance.
Gunsmith Handheld Magnifier
Complete detail work with ease using the Wheeler Master Gunsmithing Handheld Magnifier. This magnification tool has a 10x magnifier and features an integral LED light with a graduated scale for when the most precise work is needed. Easy to handle and operate, this tool comes with an included carry case, and is a must have for every gunsmith whether working at their bench or on the go.
Integral LED light
Sits flat on tabletop or bench
Carry case included
Gunsmith Punch Set
A good selection of properly made and correctly sized punches is no longer hard to find. Now they’re available from Lyman. The Gunsmith’s Punch Set offers a complete selection of quality steel punches with hardened steel punch tips including 1/16", 3/32", 1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 1/8" centre punch and a brass drift punch.
Brownells - Acraglas
Accurize With Acraglas, Now Includes Brown & Black Dyes, Easy-To-Use Kit, Strengthens Stock, Acid & Waterproof, Simplifies Inletting
American Pistolsmiths Guild Seal of Approval
The word ACRAGLAS has proven, during the many years it has been used by shooters, to be a true and fair product description. For Acraglas, as its name implies, is an accurizing material designed for the exclusive purpose of making a rifle shoot more accurately. Granted, it is a superior bedding compound used and sold as such by dealers, stock manufacturers and gunsmiths - but the fact remains: its prime purpose is to accurize a rifle.
Brownells - Acraglas Gel
Acraglas Gel was designed to take advantage of the latest technological advancements in epoxy research. It has the best possible advantages built into it for those that want a butter-smooth type of Acraglas.
Nylon Derivatives are formulated into Acraglas Gel and provide greater "thin strength," shock resistance and stability over normal temperature extremes.
Slightly less shrinkage than that of Acraglas, which has an amazing 1/10th of 1%.
1-to-1 mixing ratio gives a stable, molecular lattice structure to Acraglas Gel that will not crack, craze or sugar-out as will other 1-to-1 epoxies. Plus, this exclusive, 1-to-1 mix ratio, by volume, simplifies mixing and measuring small amounts accurately.
Slightly longer pot life to give the user more time when doing the actual bedding.
Longer cure time - The molecular structure of Acraglas Gel has been controlled so that for the first few hours after the epoxy sets it remains slightly flexible, making it easy to trim away excess compound.
Readily blends with atomized aluminum, steel and stainless steel particles, thus making it possible for the user to create his own reinforced epoxy whenever such type epoxy is desired. Standard mix for optimum results is 1 part metal particles-to-3 parts mixed Acraglas Gel by volume.
Can be dyed the same as Acraglas to match the characteristics of the gun stock being worked on.
The above features of Acraglas Gel give you an idea of how completely we fulfilled your requests for a companion product for Acraglas ... The Acraglas Gel stay-in-one-spot feature ... sophisticated molecular structure ... slightly longer pot life and curing time ... the ability to mix in aluminum or steel, make this a product we are proud to offer to you.
ACRAGLAS GEL KIT - 2 fl. oz. (59 ml) Resin, 2 fl. oz. (59 ml) Hardener, 7/8 fl. oz. (26 ml) Release Agent, Measuring Spoon, re-useable Poly Mixing Dish, Mixing Stick, Brown Dye, Black Dye and Complete Instructions.
Gunsmith's Screwdriver Kit
54 Hollow Ground Bits
4 Phillips Bits
8 Allen Bits
3 Torx Bits
15 Specialty Bits
12 Position Driver Handle
Sure Grip, Impact Resistant Handle
All Bits Hardened to 58 Rockwell
Driver Handle is Magnetic and Adjustable to 12 Different Lengths
Ergonomically Designed Impact Resistant Plastic Handle
Supplied in an EVA Carry Case
Digital Trigger Pull Guage
Digital trigger pull guage
Ergonomic over molded design
+/- .2oz accuracy
Load sensor directly contacts the trigger
Feature max, min, average and live function
Audible indicator tone
Low battery indicator
Soft touch buttons
Arm folds inside housing to protect the load sensor when not in use
Foam lined storage case
Lyman Deluxe Hammer Punch Set.
The ideal combination for the home gunsmith or handyman.
Each set features our complete selection of quality gunsmith punches plus the popular Brass Tapper Hammer. This unique set comes in a custom hardwood storage case which separates each punch by size for quick access.
Electronic Trigger Pull Guage
The Lyman Trigger Pull Gauge is designed to be the fastest and most accurate Trigger Pull Gauge available on the market. Unlike other gauges, there are no weights or sliding pointers to contend with. Simply place the gauge on the trigger and pull! This instrument will accurately record the results, as you can take multiple readings and then take the average weight for the string at the touch of a button! This state of the art instrument is a must for any shooter or gunsmith! 0-12 lb range, 1/10oz accuracy, large digital LCD display.
Fat Torque Wrench ( Screwdriver ). Wheeler
This amazing handheld torque wrench lets you apply repeatable, accurate torque settings to scope rings, guard screws and other screws, which aids in accuracy and decreases the opportunity for problems in the field.
The FAT Wrench is a perfect compliment to the Deluxe Gunsmithing Screwdriver Sets. Together, they can ensure accurate tightening of most every screw on any gun in your collection.
Torque adjustments range from 10 inch pounds to 65 inch pounds
Accuracy plus/minus 2 inch pounds
Plastic Case Included
Digital Fat Torque Wrench
This amazing digital handheld torque wrench lets you apply repeatable, accurate torque settings to your scope rings, bows and other screws. The audible and visual indicators let the user know exactly when the desired torque setting has been achieved. The large range of 15-100 in/lbs. will aid in accuracy of all your screws and decreases the opportunity for problems in the field. The FAT Wrench Bits are built to last and are made from S2 Tool steel and hardened to 56-56 Rockwell “C”.
Ergonomic over molded design
Large LCD Digital display for ease of viewing
15 -100 in/lb. range
+/- 2% accuracy
Audible indicator tone
Low battery indicator
Soft touch buttons
Injection moulded storage case
Bench Source Barrel Vice
Bench Source Barrel Vice. Clamps .810" to 1.50"
The base of the vise has two holes for mounting permanently to a rigid heavy bench. The holes are designed to clear (2) 3/8 diameter bolts which should be long enough to secure it to your mounting bench using hex nuts and lock washers. Flat washers or ‘fender washers’ would also be a good idea if your bench is made of wood. We do not supply the bolts because we have no way of knowing the necessary length to facilitate mounting to your particular bench. These bolts should be Grade 5 or better to ensure that the over hung load will be supported if you lose grip of your rifle. Center distance of the holes is 6-3/16”apart for reference.
We have used the vise many times at the shooting range to switch barrels between matches. This can be done using (2) heavy ‘C’ Clamps and clamping the vise securely to a strong flat bench. Using the vise in this manner, you will find that a friend or helper will be most useful. Please note that by using the clamps, the vise will not be as secure as mounting permanently using the bolts as previously mentioned.
The clamping capacity of your new vise is 13/16” to 1½” in diameter. There should be no problem clamping on a tapered or straight barrel. if you are tightening or loosening a fluted barrel, position it in such a way that the clamping action will not mar or indent the adjacent sides of the flutes. While using the vise is somewhat self explanatory, we have come up with several things that will be helpful.If you are concerned that you may scratch or leave clamp marks on the O.D. of your barrel. It is a good idea to use a thin piece of leather, It should wrap around your barrel one complete revolution without overlapping. Be aware that leather will sometimes degrade the look of a blued barrel. Another thing that we have used with a lot of success is a piece of thin cardboard. You will find that the tube from the center of a roll of paper towels will make a lot of bushings approximately 1½” long. Simply slide it over your barrel from the muzzle end and leave it sticking out both sides of the barrel vise to make sure that you utilizing the full surface area of the jaws.
When clamping on your barrel, always grip it as closely as possible to the breach end. Note that we nearly always switch barrels leaving the action and screws securely in place in the stock. While this may seem a little awkward, it works very well if you have a helping hand as we mentioned earlier.
There is no magical amount of torque that needs to be put on the clamp studs to securely keep your barrel from spinning in the vise. Just remember that you must get them tight enough. Spinning your barrel in the vise no matter what you are using to protect it will most likely leave witness marks.
When tightening, always try to maintain an even amount of torque on both studs to get maximum gripping power.Always use a good rear entry action wrench or suitable wrench that fits the receiver ringon your action. This will ensure that no harm will come from over stressing or twisting your bolt raceways. Either type of wrench will work satisfactorily.
Every manufacturer has different specifications as to locking compound or lack there of and the amount of torque required to keep your barrel secure. There is no specific answer. What works for us may not be suitable for you because of your barrel twist rate, vibration, thread condition, et cetera. What we do recommend is to clean the threads spotless on the tenon of your barrel and inside the receiver ring of your action before re-installing a barrel. Along with this you must lubricate the barrel threads with grease or anti-seize compound to prevent galling. Even some locking compounds lubricate properly if your intent is to not switch barrels often.
Lyman Borecam. Digital Bore Scope
Lyman's new Borescope provides active shooters with the means to carefully inspect the bores of their firearms for wear, throat erosion, tool marks, and other rifling or chamber damage, as well as for checking for fouling. The scope will fit 20 caliber and larger barrels and works with miniature camera technology. The display will show a clear image of the inside of the barrel and also allows you to take a photo of the bore. The image will be stored on a standard SD card and can later be viewed on a computer or laptop.
Scope fits 20 caliber and larger barrels
22" long rod
Miniature digital camera technology
Images can be captured from the display and saved to a memory card