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To become a skilled gunsmith, you will need a strong background in metallurgy, ballistics, welding, machining, chemistry, woodworking, and electronics. High school courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, drafting or mechanical drawing, blueprint reading, metalworking, and woodworking will provide some of that background.  

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