Paige tries to talk her father into letting her get a tattoo.
The gunsmiths work on a fully automatic M16, to be fired from a helicopter.
Rich gets an opportunity to shoot the king of sniper guns.
Paige gets to take her AR-15 prize out for an explosive reward.
Rich assigns his gunsmiths the tough job of re-making a 19th-century weapon.
A customer wants to swap a Civil War sword for a Henry Rifle.
The Wyatts are back along with their expertise and some really cool guns. The family that shoots together stays together, but it's not all fun and games in this family business.
The Wyatts are your typical suburban family, who just happen to own one of the premiere firearms facilities in the world. Rich is a master firearms trainer and a former police officer. Renee is the matriarch who runs the household and the business. 21 year old Kurt is a gifted engraver and 16 year old Paige knows more about guns then most men. When this family isn't building or selling guns, they're shooting them.
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.
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