Our various exploded gun diagrams will allow you to see the complete inner workings of the many firearms we have exploded diagrams of. You will find highly detailed exploded views of various firearms in this category.
An exploded view is a representative picture or diagram that shows the components of an object slightly separated by distance, or suspended in surrounding space in the case of a three-dimensional exploded diagram, as if there had been a small controlled explosion emanating from the middle of the object which separated all of the parts of that object an equal distance away from their original locations.
Our exploded gun diagrams can all be printed off and are provided to give a complete understanding as to the various parts and components of the guns listed. An essential asset for the owner of any of these firearms.
Want to know all the components that make up an AR-15? Then you need to get yourself a copy of this comprehensive diagram. Depicting a complete and detailed exploded diagram of an AR–15 type rifle, including the naming of all parts.
The Beretta was designed in the 1970's and meant for police and military use, offering extra firepower in a small package. It is perfect for concealed carrying purposes, such as VIP protection, or for close quarters fighting such as room–to–room searches. Get a copy of this detailed exploded diagram and learn all you need to about the Beretta M93-R.
Get your fully exploded, detailed Bullog.44 diagram here. The Charter Arms Bulldog has the highest power to weight ratio of any snubbie revolver you can get. Chambered in 44 special, the gun weighs in at about 20 oz.
If your interested in Charter Undercover .38 firearm, then you need a copy of this diagram. Learn all about the parts and costs in this exploded diagram. A must for any enthusiast.
Here is your copy of the exploded diagram for the Colt Model 1847 Walker with Wooden Grip.
Look no further, here is the copy of the Derringer 357 Cop exploded diagram you have been hunting for.
The M1 rifle is a gas–operated, semi–automatic, magazine–fed rifle. A gun that was strongly used by the US military in WWI. Find out the assembly details of this firearm in this all encompassing, fully detailed, and completely comprehensive M1 Garand Rifle diagram.
This US patent shotgun has low felt recoil, a reliable loading of blunt nosed shells and which can fire a high number of rounds per minute. Learn more about this firearm from this original patent that contains 10 high–quality exploded diagrams.