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LASSEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, NRA Short-term Gunsmithing Summer Schedule 2007

June 4 - June 8 GSS 82 General Gunsmithing Students will study basic principles involved in gun repair. This will include extractor & ejector fit, trigger & sear fit & common feeding problems. Disassembly & reassembly of common firearms will be emphasized. Bob Chavez, Instructor 1 Unit

June 4 - June 15 GSS 112 Basic Machine Shop During this 10 day course it will take the student through basic metal working on lathes, mills & support machinery. Use of precision measuring instruments, specialized gunsmith tools & gauges are taught as part of this course. This course is used as a prerequisite for many of the other classes. This 10 day class will focus on the technical & practical aspects of the gas tungsten arc welding process as it pertains to gunsmithing repair. Courses will include welding ferrous materials & simulated gun parts. This 10 day course will help students select & fabricate a gunsmithingrelated project using appropriate welding process & techniques. Students will have an opportunity to improve their welding skills. Andy Faircloth, Instructor 2 Units

GSS 117

GTAW Welding for Gunsmiths (evening class, stacked)

Andy Faircloth, Instructor

1 Unit

GSS 124

Welding Fabrication for Gunsmiths (evening class, stacked)

Andy Faircloth, Instructor

1 Unit

June 11 - June 15 GSS 83 Advanced General Gunsmithing This 5 day class is an advanced course in General Gunsmithing problems & techniques including drilling & tapping for sights, making & silver soldering sights on. Bob Chavez, Instructor 1 Unit

June 18 - June 22 GSS 114 Basic Rifle Barreling (stacked) Prerequisite: Basic Machine Shop or experience. This 5 day class will include threading, chambering, head spacing, fitting & crowning barrels for common types of bolt-action rifles. This 5 day course will provide the student with specific techniques in barreling rifles for precision accuracy & barreling less common types. In this 5 day course Bob will cover the fine tuning of Colt, Colt-style and Ruger single-action revolvers for the very popular sport of Cowboy Action Shooting. An introductory course designed to train correctional officers to maintain their firearms & department firearms to factory service levels. June 18 - June 29 GSS 98.12 Cowboy Leather Belts & Holsters (evening class) This course will teach the student how to select different grades of leather to fabricate cowboy belts & holsters. The student will also become familiar with tools that are needed & their proper use. The student will learn how to lay-out & cut their leather patterns. The course will teach leather forming techniques, bluing & bonding, punching holes for hand sewing & a variety of dyes & types of finishes used on leather. June 25 - June 29 GSS 98.02 Cowboy Action Long Guns This course deals with the fine tuning of Winchester and Marlin lever-action rifles for Cowboy Action Shooting. It also covers the tuning of Winchester Model 97 shotguns and double guns. Bob Chavez, Instructor 1 Unit Bob Hamilton, Instructor 1 Unit Andy Faircloth, Instructor 1 Unit

GSS 119

Advanced Rifle Barreling (stacked)

Andy Faircloth, Instructor Bob Chavez, Instructor

1 Unit

GSS 98.03

Cowboy Action Shortguns

1 Unit

GSS 79

Basic Correctional Armorer School **

Staff

1 Unit

June 25 - June 29 GSS 148 Advanced Correctional Armorer ** This 1 week course is designed for the working armorer in the California Dept. Of Corrections; it will cover the function & repair of the specialized department firearms. This will include the H&K, Remington 700 Sniper Rifle, Colt AR-15 & the Beretta 92 auto pistol. During this 5 day course students will learn specialized techniques needed to build their own cannon and/or special projects of interest. Machine shop experience is helpful. July 9 - July 13 GSS 98.13 Metallurgy for gunsmiths Emphasis on welding gun parts This course will introduce gunsmith students to the theory of metallurgy. The student will learn to predict the behavior of metal, particularly common grades of steel, when exposed to heating and cooling cycles. This course is designed to train Law Enforcement officers to fine tune single action auto pistols to very close factory specifications & to maintain, diagnose malfunctions & adjust or repair these auto pistols. July 9 - July 20 GSS 123 Basic Metal Engraving This 10 day class will be taught by Brian Marshall and will provide instruction in basic engraving techniques, equipment selection and use, pattern design and transfer, burnishing, cutting, stripling and other related topics. This course on knife making will cover metal selection, metal removal, shaping & tempering. The use of power equipment will be emphasized. Brian Marshall, Instructor 2 Units Eric Nelson, Instructor 1 Unit Andy Faircloth, Instructor 1 Unit

GSS 98.23

Machine Shop Special Projects, Cannons and Guns

Bob Hamilton, Instructor

1 Unit

GSS 88

LEAS Design Function & Repair Single Action Auto Pistols *

Bob Chavez, Instructor

1 Unit

GSS 112B

Introduction to Knife making (evening class)

Tom Hunt, Instructor

1 Unit

July 16 - July 20 GSS 87 LEAS Design, Function & Repair Double Action Auto Pistols * This course is designed to train Law Enforcement Armorers to fine tune double action auto pistols to very close factory specifications & to diagnose & correct malfunctions. Firearms to be covered are the Beretta, Glock, Smith & Wesson, SIG-Sauer & the Ruger. July 16 - July 27 GSS 91 Customizing the Colt-type Auto Pistol This course is designed to cover the advanced custom alteration and modification to the Colt 1911-type auto pistol as used in custom pistol smith today. Emphasis will be on custom metal-work and custom finishes. July 23 - July 27 GSS 133 Scrimshaw An introductory course designed to provide the student with the basic skill of the art of scrimshaw. Instruction includes tools and equipment and their use, pattern design and design transfers. This 5 day course will cover the repair & maintenance of the following firearms to factory specifications: the Remington 870, Benelli Super 90, Ruger Mini-14 & the Colt AR-15. A course designed to train the student to fine tune air guns to very close factory specifications, and to maintain, diagnose malfunctions and adjust or repair these malfunctions. July 23 - August 3 GSS 134 Caustic Bluing (Evening Class) Participants will learn how to Caustic Blue their firearms. This will include firearms disassembly, metal preparation, chemical mixtures & techniques. Staff 1 Unit Brian Marshall, Instructor 1 Unit Terry Tussey, Instructor 2 Units Bob Chavez, Instructor 1 Unit

GSS 98.06

LEAS Design, Function & Repair Long Guns *

Martin Scott, Instructor

1 Unit

GSS 129

Design and Repair of Air guns

Randy Bimrose, Instructor

1 Unit

July 30 - August 3 GSS 93 LEAS Design, Function & Repair Counter-sniper Rifles * An advanced course designed to train Law Enforcement officers in accurizing & maintenance of super accurate bolt-action rifles. This course is designed to present state of the art bedding techniques of M1M1A rifles for national match competition. Mechanic aspects of tuning for accuracy & reliability will be discussed & accomplished. Participants will have an opportunity to test fire their rifles before & after accurizing. August 6 - August 10 GSS 95 Basic Law Enforcement Armorers School * This is an introductory course designed to train Law Enforcement officers to maintain department firearms to factory service levels. Firearms to be covered are Smith & Wesson auto pistols, Colt single action auto pistols (or your department issued firearm), Remington 870 shotgun or your department issued shotgun, Colt AR series or M-16 series. This course will build on the basic techniques learned in the introduction course. It will deal with working with different metal types & handle materials. August 13 - August 17 GSS 89 LEAS Full Automatic Firearms * This class will cover state of the art Full Auto Firearms commonly seen in Law Enforcement today. It will also cover feeding, extraction, ejection & fire control systems of these firearms in detail. Bob Chavez, Instructor 1 Unit Martin Scott, Instructor 1 Unit John Martin, Instructor Bob Hamilton, Instructor 1 Unit

GSS 77

Accurizing M1-M1A for Competition

1 Unit

GSS 98.04

Advanced Knife Making

Bill Herndon, Instructor

1 Unit

August 13 - August 17 GSS 98.09 Color Case Hardening This 5 day class allows the advanced student to learn the old methods of Color Case Hardening. This will include selection charcoal ratios, operating furnaces, metal preparation & final reassembly. Jay Strite, Instructor 1 Unit

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LAW ENFORCEMENT ARMORERS SCHOOL CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF CORRECTION ARMORERS SCHOOL

Value for 1 Unit = CA Resident $20/Unit + $19 Lab Fee + $3.50 Health Fee (required by CA) NV Resident $42/Unit + $19 Lab Fee + $3.50 Health Fee (required by CA) All Other States for persons taking less than 7 units = $64/Unit + $19 Lab Fee + $3.50 Health Fee (required by CA) All Other States for persons taking more than 7 units = $209/Unit + $19 Lab Fee + $3.50 Health Fee (required by CA) For additional information contact: Steve Taylor (530) 251-8800, Lassen CC Gunsmithing Dept.

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