Gunsmithing Questions? The New SDI Webinar Has the Answers

Sonoran Desert Institute (SDI)
Sonoran Desert Institute (SDI)
Sonoran Desert Institute
Sonoran Desert Institute

Scottsdale, AZ -(AmmoLand.com)- Gun enthusiasts and gunsmiths of all skill levels always have questions, and Sonoran Desert Institute (SDI), an industry leader in providing accredited and accelerated on-line learning, has the answers.

SDI is proud to announce that this month’s free webinar — “All Your Questions Answered” — will cover a wide range of topics and deliver professional insight that you don’t want to miss.

The webinar, scheduled for August 30, 2016, will feature Kip Carpenter, a professional gunsmith and SDI instructor. Carpenter has owned and operated a wide variety of gunsmithing shops — ranging from small, at-home businesses to large, commercial operations.

SDI’s free one-hour-long webinar will be on Tuesday, August 30, 2016, beginning at 8 p.m. EST. To register, go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/795357401231560193.

“The old axiom is true — The more you learn, the more questions you have. And that’s true for everyone in the gunsmithing and firearms technology industry too. So, we’re excited to focus this month’s free webinar on answering some of the most commonly asked questions as well as a few not so common,” says SDI Vice President Wes LeMay. “The ‘All Your Questions Answered’ webinar will cover a variety of topics, and we invite everyone to join in.”

Sonoran Desert Institute is an accredited online school providing undergraduate degree and certificate programs in firearms technology. Sonoran Desert Institute offers a 60 semester-credit Associate of Science degree in Firearms Technology program and it is one of the most complete firearms educational programs of its kind. The program prepares students for personal development and/or employment in the custom gun trade, from entry-level employees to small business owners. Students learn about custom firearms, stocks, rifles, handguns, shotguns, metal refinishing, ballistics, metal work and engraving, and business principles necessary to become a gunsmith. For students looking to hone their gunsmithing skills, learn the techniques needed to operate a gunsmithing business, gain a valuable credential or expand their hobby into a career, SDI also offers a 32 semester-credit Advanced Gunsmithing Certificate.

Sonoran Desert Institute offers high quality, rigorous educational programs. The school has been an innovator since its inception and is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). SDI educational programs are designed predominantly for adult learners, based on principles and practices of active self-learning. Certain SDI programs are also approved for use of the G.I. Bill® and other VA benefits, Federal Student Aid (FSA), and Active Duty Military Tuition Assistance, all based on eligibility.

To learn more about on the highly acclaimed online learning programs at Sonoran Desert Institute, visit www.SDI.edu or call 800.336.8939.

About Sonoran Desert Institute (SDI):

Located in Scottsdale, Ariz., Sonoran Desert Institute is an accredited online school providing undergraduate degree and certificate programs in firearms technology. SDI is dedicated to offering affordable, premium, distance-delivered career education that provides a labor market advantage to its graduates.

For more information on Sonoran Desert Institute, call 800.336.8939 or visit www.SDI.edu.

  • 5 thoughts on “Gunsmithing Questions? The New SDI Webinar Has the Answers

    1. I have a Rem. mdl. 700 .221 Fireball that I wish to convert to .223. I have a Rem. 700 .223 bbl. (same contour). Would the conversion be as simple as a barrel swap?

    2. i have 50 rifle kit.barrel,, recievr ,,bolt..i chamber a empty 50 cal shell but the bolt will not close.is there a issue?work ship is of good quality not rough at all..it is from sthf..thanks,, ray..

      1. @Victor Miller, my original advice did not go through, so I’ll send it again. There is simply no fixing a problem like that. You will just have to sell it to me for what ever you can get for it.

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