Welcome to Gunsmith U, your number one source on the web for all things relating to gunsmithing and gunsmith education and schools.
This website is run by a group of firearm enthusiasts and former gunsmiths. The great thing about Gunsmith U is that everyone who works here is a gun enthusiast, from our Chief Editor to our writers. We live and breathe the world of guns so that we can bring you the best information available on guns, gunsmithing, and all of the gear gun owners need.
Something else that differentiates Gunsmith U from other sites like ours is that we provide state-by-state information to help you with gun laws, news about firearms and 2nd Amendment and open carry, and information about gunsmithing. Whatever question you may have about everything to do with guns, we strive to be your number one source in the industry.
Want to know what’s going on in your state? Info by state is right there on our homepage. Click on your state, or a state you’re going to be visiting, to get the most up-to-date news and happenings involving gun laws and legislation.
Needing to know what tools a gunsmith needs to have on hand? We’ve got you covered. Want to know exactly what a gunsmith does, or the requirements for being a professional gunsmith? We go over that in great detail.
In addition to content about the world of gunsmithing, we do tons of reviews on the best products for gun owners as well as in-depth guides on how to use various products. And of course, true to our name, we help you find the best gunsmithing school if you want to be a professional gunsmith.
We love hearing from our readers. Whether you’re a beginning gun enthusiast or have been handling guns since you were a kid, we guarantee you’ll learn something here at Gunsmith U. If there’s something you’d like to see us cover, drop us a comment on one of our articles or get in touch with a member of our team.
Meet the Team
Chief Editor - Devin Bradshaw
As a kid growing up, I was around guns all of the time. We enjoyed hunting, and the game we brought home served as an important part of our diet. We used to joke that instead of Hamburger Helper, we were having Antelope Helper or Bambi Helper (bad joke, sorry).
After receiving my Master’s degree in journalism, I moved back home to begin a career in teaching journalism at a local school. In my spare time, I learned a lot about the world of online writing and editing, and that’s how I found this great job here at Gunsmith U. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Editor - Dallas Sharpe
I served in the military for four years right out of high school, and it was there that I learned not only responsible gun ownership but also developed a passion for firearms and shooting. I’m at the gun range every chance I get and work constantly to improve my aim.
After the military, I earned a degree in business administration, with a minor in creative writing. I’m one of those wannabe famous authors. Contact me email@example.com
Former Gusmith & Writer - Walter Goodwin
After obtaining a gunsmithing certification and later an associate degree in gunsmithing, I took some classes that were offered by the National Rifle Association. After receiving my Federal Firearms License, I apprenticed in a gun shop for two years before becoming a gunsmith with my own business, which I ran for nearly 20 years. It’s rewarding to share my expertise on this important craft here at Gunsmith U. Contact me firstname.lastname@example.org