From desk job to gunsmithing, Bill Graham sits down to talk about his journey in the industry
This week I have the opportunity to sit and talk with Bill Graham of Nice Old Double Gunworks.
Bill’s path to gunsmithing may have taken some twists, but he certainly has found a new direction. After a successful career, a sudden change sparked Bill to enroll in gunsmithing school. It didn’t take long for him to develop this newfound knowledge into a new career path working primarily on old double shotguns.
He has taken to his new profession and has some very interesting guns coming to him for all sorts of work: from browning Damascus barrels to refurbishing stocks. Sit down with us as we talk about gunsmithing school, shotgun barrels, the philosophy of restoration, and so much more on this episode of The Gun Room.
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Joel Penkala is an Upland Bird Hunter and outdoors enthusiast from New Jersey. His love of all things upland has led him to travel and hunt around the United States and fostered his affinity for double guns and bird dogs. He runs English Setters in his home covers chasing Woodcock, Grouse, and Pheasants.