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The Firearm Blog
  Judging by the free samples, the developers have put a ton of work into accurately representing the internal parts and their fitment. You can disassemble, assemble, view demonstrations, and “fire” each gun in slow motion to see how the parts move as the firearm operates, all in 3d and from any angle. Zoom out to see everything or zoom in to see how just a few parts interact with each other.
I recommend trying it on your Mac or PC because the complexity of the firearms is best viewed on the largest screen available, but if you are stuck somewhere with just your phone, this program will be a great time-eater for gun enthusiasts like us. And if you can’t get your Ruger Mk II back together for some reason, Gun Disassembly 2 is way better than squinting at that old 2d schematic! Full review >>

Touch Arcade
  Less of a game and more of a demonstration of each and every working part in 5 different handguns, Gun Disassembly is a technical app with an extraordinary amount of detail in both the included weapon models and their many animated parts...
Though it is promoted as a game, Gun Disassembly 3D is nonetheless a technical app with very limited appeal. That didn't stop it from piquing at our curiosity however, as it can be quite a singular experience to see a firearm like this being taken apart before your very eyes, let alone being able to go about it yourself. Full review >>
Rock, Paper, Shotgun
  World of Guns: Gun Disassembly, a free-to-play game about the kind of meditative concentration of disassembling and reassembling various guns. Full review >>
Grab The Games
  As a British man playing an American game I never thought that the disassembly of guns could be so much fun.
I am not mechanically minded, that’s the one sure thing you can say about me. I have little to no concern with how something works, only that it does. Full review >>
Guns.com  
  This is where an unusual but handy piece of software comes in: World of Guns (WoG). I’m not much of one for high tech augmentations to my shooting hobby, but WoG has helped me out enormously on keeping some of my firearms in their best condition. Full review >>
   
   
   
     
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