If you've ever taken your gun apart for cleaning or maintenance, as you started putting it back together you may have wondered:
- Where does this part go?
- Which end goes up (or down, or to the left/right, or forward/toward the back)?
- What is this part called?
- Where can I get a new one of these?
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The Gun Digest Book of Exploded Gun Drawings answers these questions with detailed diagrams (and parts identified) for more than 1,000 models of pistols, revolvers, rifles and shotguns, along with a complete directory of firearms trade resources and contact information for buying gun parts and supplies. To see an example, check out the diagram below for the Ruger Mark I.
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