News & Blog

Reconstructed: Our version of the Sig Sauer GSR

June 25, 2010

This is a Sig Sauer GSR we did some work on for a customer. Some basic stuff like action work, GGI extractor, Superblack finish, hardtail, flush-cut slide stop, etc…

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Photos from GGI Heckler & Koch P7 M8 custom work

June 10, 2010

While catching up on our custom-gun backlog, we’ve been finishing a number of H&K P7 projects lately. We’ve had requests to post some pics of our current P7 work, so with your indulgence here’s a few snapshots of an M8 that Torie and I just completed for a good and patient customer from Ohio.

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Photos from the May 2010 GGI Massachusetts Extravaganza

May 25, 2010

The Massachusetts class this past weekend a big success. This was the third year Grayguns adjunct instructor Scott Conti put together the program in central Massachusetts, and about 20 shooters participated each of the three days.

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Western Massachusets East Coast Grayguns Extravaganza May 21-23

February 20, 2010

Grayguns has confirmed dates for our third annual trip to western Massachusetts in May. We’re calling this one the Great Grayguns Extravaganza since we’re offering our most popular training program with some very unique additional opportunities.

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Practical Fundamentals scheduled for Oct. 23-24 in El Cajon, Calif.

February 13, 2010

Grayguns Inc. is returning to the Project 2000 Range in El Cajon, Calif. in late October for another great shooting opportunity. This year, there is an option for one or two training days. Don’t miss this opportunity … just bring an open mind and be willing to learn.

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Completing the custom 1911 project

February 7, 2010

The custom rebuild 1911 project started in August and documented in detail on SigForum has been completed. Check out the final photos of this fantastic project!

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Physics and short .45 caliber pistols – a discussion

February 1, 2010

Let’s discuss some of the factors affecting the functioning of pistols in general, and short 45’s in particular. To contribute to this discussion, head over to SigForum and join in. Let’s imagine a theoretical pistol, say a .45 caliber firing a given load, in which magazine timing efficiency and lockup were basically constant values. This…

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Grayguns’s Practical Fundamentals: Who is it for?

February 1, 2010

The Grayguns training crew and I frequently encounter prospective students who dismiss our Practical Fundamentals handgun course program as “too basic” for their level of skill and training. Nearly as often, we’ll talk to a shooter who believes his skills don’t meet our prerequisites for attendance. Both perspectives can’t be right, can they?

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The cure for the plastic Sig Sauer guide rod

November 9, 2009

So, why do we consider the Grayguns rods the best? Our beautifully finished and tough FAT rods set the replacement standard for solid stainless-steel P-series Sig Sauer guide rods.

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Examining training opportunities – finding value and meeting objectives

August 28, 2009

As someone who takes a lot of classes and teaches a lot, I spend quite a bit of time around the range. With some of the training craziness that has shown up on YouTube recently, I thought I’d share my personal litmus test on examining techniques that you pick up at classes and from your…

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