Get your AUTOGRAPHED copy of Bryce Towlsey’s newest gunsmithing book!
Towsley is a firearms expert who has spent his 38 year career writing for many of the top firearms publications. He knows guns and ballistics and how they relate to the real world.
Towsley has written extensively on gunsmithing for a wide range of gun and hunting magazines, including a column on gunsmithing for The American Rifleman.
The extensive information contained in the pages of Towsley’s latest book is important to anybody interested in firearms care, modification or improvement. It takes the reader from easy to do, “kitchen table” projects through advanced projects such as building a precision or hunting rifle. There is something in these pages for anybody interested in working on their guns.
This coffee table quality 8.5 X 11 inch book has 289 pages and includes nearly a thousand color photos.
“This book is a treasure trove of information and has something for every gun enthusiast, from the raw novice, to the grizzled shooter who picks lottery ticket numbers based on his favorite ballistic coefficients.”
— Roy Hill, Public Relations at Brownells.
“When we’re looking for an expert to write an article on gun modifications for the 675,000 NRA Members who get Shooting Illustrated each month, there’s one scribe we turn to: Bryce M. Towsley. This book is further evidence that Towsley is the go-to man for clear, concise and entertaining instructions for anyone looking to work on their firearms at home.”
— Ed Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, Shooting Illustrated
“Bryce Towsley has forgotten more about guns and gunsmithing than most people could hope to learn in a lifetime. Through his writing he is keeping the ART of gunsmithing alive, sharing knowledge not often shared willingly and leaving a guide for the generations to come.”
— Jim Majoros, Owner, Viktor’s Legacy Custom Gunsmithing
“The new go to DIY reference for the novice or a seasoned gun nut! Informative, precise, let’s cut some threads. Well done!”
— Mark Bansner, Bansner & Co. LLC Riflemakers
“Bryce Towsley’s knowledge of the historical development of small arms for American shooters and hunters is exhaustive. When I have a question about what makes a cartridge or a rifle tick, I know I can rely on him to provide an authoritative answer. When I need a thorough feature story on cartridge development, reloading, gunsmithing or shooting, I know he can deliver the goods.”
— J. Scott Olmsted, Editor in Chief, American Hunter