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    Informative YouTube channel

    Gunblue490 is one of the best and most informative gun channels I've found. No BS, no flash just good advice from an old pro. He was both a Ruger and Smith armorer as well as a police department armorer. His 1911 and Smith revolver vids are terrific.
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    Agreed, this guy is great. Be warned, he takes the time to fully explain things in his videos, some of which are an hour long or more. But, I've never seen more detailed or helpful videos, especially on how to maintain and/or repair your guns. And the camera work is second to none.
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    Will have to check him out! Thanks for the tip!
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    Sounds good

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    Quote Originally Posted by one42A View Post
    Gunblue490 is one of the best and most informative gun channels I've found. No BS, no flash just good advice from an old pro. He was both a Ruger and Smith armored as well as a police department armorer. His 1911 and Smith revolver vids are terrific.
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    Good advise....stumbled onto his channel over the winter. I found the "Gun Cleaning and Solvents" and "How to oil and lube your gun" video very helpful. Also his Precision Shooting series is excellent.
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    Thanks for the heads up. I will check him out. I have no problem with long, well made videos. Unfortunately a lot of the gun videos take a 5 minute subject and turn it into 20 minutes. I can't take those at all. I'm sure this guy is better.
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    Thanks for passing this on. I just watched the field stripping of the 1911. Well done and very informative.
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    I just checked a few of his videos. WOW this guy knows his stuff AND can relay that info to others quite well. A hearty thank you for sharing this hidden gem.
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    I just checked out some of his videos and subscribed to his channel. Thanks for the tip!
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    I'll have to take a look.

 

 
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