American Gunsmithing Institute "Christmas in July" Sale

posted on July 3, 2015

American Gunsmithing Institute has announced its Christmas in July Sale, which will run through Aug. 31, 2015. The sales offers 25 percent off many popular AGI DVD courses and a one-month free trial SilverPLUS membership to the Gun Club of America (GCA), the insider's source for firearm information and training.

Through AGI’s Gunsmithing DVD courses, firearm enthusiasts can become a certified gunsmith, machinist, welder, 1911 pistolsmith, GLOCKsmith, AR riflesmith or firearms appraiser, as well as learn how to build, customize, refinish, repair, tune, maintain and more. These courses can be viewed as often as necessary in the comfort and convenience of one's home. 

For every $100 spent on items included in the Christmas in July Sale, you will have a choice of one of 37 free bonus items like training videos, tools and more.

As part of the free month of GCA SilverPLUS membership, members will gain instant access to over 100 disassembly and reassembly courses plus over 150 hours of training, tips, tricks, product reviews and more. Also, they will receive GUNTECH videos online and by mail, as well as the monthly GCA Connection magazine. Visit

Other benefits include a Members Website with Marketplace, forums, articles and special offers; access to "Ask the Pros" forum where members can get help with any gunsmithing problems; phone and email support from AGI instructors and an invitation to the monthly GCA webcasts and more. Visit to learn more.



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