Ordering Information



Over the past ten years, I have written and sold a series of CD based books dedicated to the home builder of guns. I have decided to offer four of these for free here on this web site - for personal use only. All are copyrighted. While no copying is allowed on the Goryunov CD, the other four may be copied IF they are unaltered and passed on for free to others.

No reselling of any kind is allowed and would be grounds for prosecution.



Building The Goryunov SG-43 Kit

Cannot be copied or distributed due to copyright
$30 per CD based book - two volume set.

This build is based on the SG-43 Goryunov belt fed machine gun parts kits sold by Apex Gun Parts. This is a fully BATFE approved non-machinegun build and a copy of the approval letter is on both CDs. Following this building procedure would give you the same basic gun as one I would build myself.

Also included is a photo gallery of related photos I had but didn't actually use in the books. I added them to the CDs for random browsing. You have to directly access the directory structure on the CDs to find them. Sort of an "Easter Egg" :-)

This is a two CD set. The first CD based book covers the re-welding of the torch cut receiver, modifying the bolt carrier and working with headspacing the barrel.

The second volume covers the Clark CrankFire fire control system plus many other details needed to build and troubleshoot these fine guns.

Buying this two volume set entitles you to join the GunBuilds Forum (see "Restricted Area" in the menu to the left) and access help and advice from other Forum members building these guns. I too join in and answer questions for members.

$60 for the set.

Order directly from me at:

  • Greg Clark
  • P. O. Box 742
  • Lanett, AL 36863





Building The CZ-26 Parts Kit

Cannot be copied or distributed due to copyright
This build is based on the CZ-26 sub machine gun parts kits sold by several vendors. This is a fully BATFE approved non-machinegun build and a copy of the approval letter is on the CD. Following this building procedure would give you the same basic gun as one I would build myself.

This build is based on the GunBuilds striker system sold by me and the TEC Tactical 80% receiver tube available from them. Instructions for making the striker are not on the CD.

This is a one CD set.

$30 for the CD.

Order directly from me at:

  • Greg Clark
  • P. O. Box 742
  • Lanett, AL 36863







FREE
How To Build the Suomi M-31.




This CD based book covers my building the Suomi sub-machine gun from a demilled parts kit through a functioning, legal semi-automatic 9mm carbine fully approved by the BATF.

This documentary "How To" type book offers ideas and insights as well as specific information on my build process.

This build and tutorial have been reviewed by the BATF and the gun itself is fully approved! The BATF approval letter is included in the file. To the best of my knowledge, this was the very first BATF approved Suomi M-31 design.

Building the M-31 Suomi




FREE
How To Build the Yugo M-56.




The M-56 was adopted by the country of Yugoslavia in 1956. It was designed and built by the Zastava Arms company. Yugoslavia has now been broken up and has reverted to the original six countries that once formed it. These were Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.

This gun was largly copied from the German MP-40 of WWII and some of the parts will interchange. It is well made and was in service for quite a long time. It is in 7.62X25 caliber, as were many other Communist Block firearms of this period.

The heart of this project is the Yugoslav M-56 sub-machine gun parts kit. The tutorial is a bit out of date and is based on the the Prexis/Sten 80% receiver and used a US made bolt that is no longer made. Also shown is the Clark Universal Striker system, also not currently available. If you have access to a lathe, you should be able to use the information and do the bolt conversion yourself.

This browser based book covers my building of the Yugoslav M-56 sub-machine gun from a demilled parts kit through a functioning, legal semi-automatic 9mm pistol or carbine. I chose to build a pistol as this is the easiest and preserves the original appearance of the gun.

This documentary "How To" type book is now available for online viewing by clicking the following link - -

Building the Yugo M-56






FREE
How To Build the PPs-43.




This browser based book covers my building of the Russian PPs-43 sub-machine gun from a demilled parts kit through a functioning, legal and BATF approved semi-automatic 7.62X25 pistol. While I documented building a pistol version, the information can be used to build a carbine version of this gun. The KP-44 is a very similar gun and most of the info holds for both guns.

I built my first PPs-43 as a pistol as I didn't like the long barrel look on this gun. This turned out to be a great plinker and caused a lot of comments at the range! I have since followed this up with a carbine build with a fake suppressor (fake can) and legal 16" barrel.

This second gun changed my ideas about longer barrels on sub-guns! I now use the "Phantom" style compensator on a 16" custom barrel.

This documentary "How To" type book is now available for online viewing by clicking the following link - -

Building the PPS-43/KP-44




FREE
How To Build the Baretta 38A.




This incomplete browser based book covers my building of the Italian 38A sub-machine gun based pistol from a demilled parts kit. The result is a functioning, legal and BATF approved semi-automatic 9mm pistol. While I documented building a pistol version, the information can be used to build a carbine version of this gun. The book was never finished but is 80% or so done. There will probably be no additions to this book.

This documentary "How To" type book is now available for online viewing by clicking the following link - -

Building the Baretta 38A





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