Re: Gunsmithing schools............
I agree with Coyboy. Get some machining knowledge/skills under your belt first. I am in my last semester at Yavapai, taking their gunsmithing course. They have topnotch instructors. I have almost 17yrs machining experience, and things have been a lot easier on me than some. Not only do I go to school full time, but I work 10-12 hrs a day. Having the machining background buys me time because I can get through the projects faster than some. This semester I am building a takedown mauser, action and all. I wouldn't even have attempted it without my background. Good luck.