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Robert Bob Dunlap

Senior Instructor

Lassen Community College

HQ Phone:  (530) 257-6181

Email: r***@***.edu

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Lassen Community College

Hwy 139

Susanville, California,96130

United States

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Employment History

Senior Instructor and Master Gunsmith

American Gunsmithing Institute


Owner and Head Gunsmith

Pacific International Service Company


Web References(160 Total References)


AGI - Products M1/M2 Carbines

www.americangunsmith.com [cached]

Master Gunsmith Bob Dunlap is a renowned expert on firearms.
He has been a warranty station for most manufacturers, both large and small. Bob discusses what he uses for lubrication and why it works the best Reassembly & Troubleshooting The correct order of parts for reassembly is given so that you do not have any parts left over Which tools are used for an easy reassembly of the gun Bob discusses which parts wear quickest and specifies certain areas to examine closely Master Gunsmith and AGI Instructor Robert "Bob" Dunlap explains design and function using exclusive factory cutaway firearm models, giving you close-up details of the internal functions you would not otherwise be able to see. All AGI Armorer's Course DVDs include a FREE printable schematic! Are your Instructors experienced in their fields? Absolutely. Master Gunsmith and AGI Senior Instructor Robert "Bob" Dunlap is a widely respected authority in the firearm industry and spent over 35 years as the senior instructor at Lassen College's internationally known Gunsmithing School. Ken Brooks is a graduate of the renowned Gunsmithing program at Lassen College and continues his journey by working full time for Bob Dunlap.


PISCO - History

www.piscogunsmithing.com [cached]

In 1959, Robert H. Dunlap enrolled in the Gunsmithing program at Lassen College in Susanville, California.
Bob completed the two year course in a year and a half with straight A's and then began work almost immediately as a gunsmith. After working in the gunsmithing trade for 12 years, he applied for the position of gunsmithing instructor at Lassen College. He soon discovered that in order to stay current on the latest developments in the firearms industry he needed to continue working in the trade. So, in January of 1974 he started Pacific International Service Company (PISCO). At first, Bob worked alone, but the demand was so high for a talented gunsmith who did top quality work that after only three years he built a large shop and hired his first employee (a recent graduate from Lassen College). As word of PISCO spread more and more work poured in and the business continued to grow until there were a total of nine gunsmiths on staff. PISCO handled not only repairs but wood and metal work as well. Because Bob and his associates had such a top notch reputation, many firearms manufacturers contracted with PISCO to do their warranty work. In 1995, after 25 years of teaching, Bob made the decision to retire as Senior Gunsmithing Instructor from Lassen College. In 2014, Bob began transferring ownership of PISCO to Ken Brooks.


americanshootingjournal.com

I was told by the senior instructor, Master Gunsmith Robert "Bob" Dunlap, that if I was willing to come up that summer and try and challenge the course I might be able to get in for the Fall program, so I did.
decided to go to Lassen College Gunsmithing School to check out the program. Unfortunately, I found out that there was a 4-year waiting list to get in. I was told by the senior instructor, master gunsmith Robert "Bob" Dunlap, that if I was willing to come up that summer and challenge the course, I might be able to get in for the fall program - so I did. After graduating, Bob asked me if I wanted to work for him in his gunsmithing shop, because in addition to teaching, he maintained a full-time gun shop. As I considered how to best preserve and teach a gunsmithing course on video, I knew that the best person to teach it would be my college gunsmithing instructor, Bob Dunlap. At that time, Bob was still teaching at Lassen. I sat down with him and talked about his teaching method. I realized that none of his programs had ever been written out. It was all in his head and he was getting ready to retire. All all of this knowledge would be lost. Nobody else was capable or ready to take over teaching his system. I decided that I just couldn't let that happen. Bob's method was unique because he taught design, function and repair; the theory being that you can't fix something unless you truly understand how it works. Anyone else is who we call in the industry a "part swapper," - someone who just orders and installs parts until the problem goes away without really understanding the why or how of fixing it. That's dangerous! As students, when Bob gave us tests, they were oral exams in front of all the other students, so you just couldn't fake it. If he thought you did not fully know the answers, he would ask "Oh, really? I convinced Bob to teachhis entire method on video. We began documenting his design, function and repair course.


AGI - American Gunsmithing Institute

www.americangunsmith.com [cached]

Master Gunsmith and Certified Gunsmithing Instructor Robert "Bob" Dunlap.
A professional gunsmith for over 35 years, Bob spent 20 years as the Senior Instructor at Lassen College's internationally respected gunsmithing school, while maintaining a fully staffed gunshop. Bob's Gunshop is or has been busy working on warranty projects for Colt, Smith & Wesson, Charter Arms, Hi-Standard, Remington, Mossberg, Winchester, Browning, and many other well-known manufacturers...where he has been personally responsible for the repair of over 250,000 firearms! Truly an expert in the field, he possesses a unique teaching style that enables him to take complex firearms and make them easier for the viewer to understand. A graduate of the renowned gunsmithing program at Lassen College, studying under Master Instructor Robert Dunlap, Ken now works full time for Bob and continues his journey studying under the master. A graduate of the renowned gunsmithing program at Lassen College, studying under Master Instructor Robert Dunlap, Ken now works full time for Bob and continues his journey studying under the master. Gene graduated from the renowned Gunsmithing program at Lassen College, where Bob Dunlap was his instructor.


PISCO - Qualifications

www.piscogunsmithing.com [cached]

Head Gunsmith: Robert Dunlap


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