Fully automatic M16 fires with a Gunsmoke harness out of a helicopter.
Head gunsmith, Brian, works on a custom-built Winchester gun for a 13-year old.
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.
A wealthy big-game hunter gets an explosive treat when he tries out his upgraded rifle.
Welcome to the Gunsmoke family business where everyone's got a stake and everyone loves what they do.
Rich goes over his plan to build slightly modernized 10-barrel .45-cal volley gun that will really impress Gunsmoke's latest customer.
Rich Wyatt and the Gunsmoke team give their client an opportunity to shoot the custom-made mortar axe gun they built for him.
Gunsmoke's minister client takes his new Model 1873 Colt out to a special "sinful" target range to test out his new pistol with his Cowboy Action Shooting skills.
A preacher visits Gunsmoke in search of a custom Model 1873 Colt pistol and Rich offers to build him one from scratch.
After intense lessons and practice in gun DCOA (Disassemble, Clean, Oil and Assemble), Paige showcases her new skills with her Model 1911 in front of Rich and Renee.
This Gunsmoke customer is ecstatic when she sees how the Howdah pistol she ordered as a present for her dad turned out.
Former pro-football player, Mark Schlereth, turns to Gunsmoke to purchase a new gun so he can go hunting with his son.
This Gunsmoke customer is looking to improve his Tommy gun and just wait until you see what Rich and Kurt have in store for this weapon!
Rich and Kurt Wyatt reveal their client's sporterized Krag Jorgensen, the same gun that Theodore Roosevelt used to charge up San Juan Hill and win the Spanish-American War. But will it work like it's supposed to?