I have a question for the pros and regular folks who have done home smith work for a good while: Where do you recommend a rifle crank start to get the most bang for his buck and starting out with little to none gunsmith experience but a good dose of common sense and hand tools?
Most folks on this forum are really sharp and have a lot of firearms and reloading experience. I expect some are like myself and ready to get more involved in the gunsmith side to enhance the accuracy and usability of our own firearms.
I now have tools I could not do without that I did do without for years: Some examples are good screwdrivers, torque wrench in inch pounds, Tipton gun vise, scope alignment tool and level kit... What kind of tools can the gunsmith not do without???
Where does a guy start? Glass bedding? Muzzle crown work?