Will works on a plan to give the sheriff's new patrol boat more firepower.
Stephanie showcases her new idea to expand the Red Jacket clientele.
Rich and his gunsmith Scott take their hand cannon customer to the range.
A wealthy rancher drives a bargain for a group of classic Winchester rifles.
Paige showcases her new skills with her Model 1911 in front of Rich and Renee.
Gunsmoke's minister client takes his new Model 1873 Colt out to the range.
A Gunsmoke customer arrives with a unique request.
A customer wants to swap a Civil War sword for a Henry Rifle.
Rich and the Gunsmoke guys have a blast firing bowling balls from a cannon.
Will finally opens up about the origins of the Red Jacket name.
Head gunsmith, Brian, works on a custom-built Winchester gun for a 13-year old.
Fully automatic M16 fires with a Gunsmoke harness out of a helicopter.
The Gunsmoke gunsmiths test-fire a client's Krag Jorgensen to see if it fires straight. The verdict? Not even close, and the problem sure ain't the gunsmiths.
Rich Wyatt reveals a custom-made Smith & Wesson .357 revolver to his biker friend, but will it fire straight? The gun is put to the test against a lineup of bowling pins.
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