SINCE THE BEGINNING OF TIME GUN OWNERS HAVE SPENT MORE HOURS CLEANING AND CARING FOR THEIR SHOOTING AND HUNTING EQUIPMENT THAN SPENT USING IT. SINCE DAY ONE MAN HAS REALIZED IT IS ESSENTIAL TO ENSURE RELIABILITY. THE URGE TO CARE FOR YOUR GUN , TO KEEP IT IN TOP FLIGHT CONDITION, WAS BORN TO YOU. HOW MANY MILLIONS OF HOURS DO YOU SUPPOSE OUR ANCIENT ANCESTORS SPENT IN RUBBING OIL ON THEIR BOWS OR HACKING AT THAT CLUB POINT SO WHEN THE TIME DID COME FOR USE IT WOULD BE READY? THE LOVE OF WEAPONS AND DESIRE TO KEEP THEM PERFECT IS A BASIC PART OF MAN'S STRUCTURE.
IS TO OPERATE WITH OUR CUSTOMERS IN MIND. WHEN CUSTOMERS ENTER OUR ESTABLISHMENT THEY WILL FIND A WELCOMING ATMOSPHERE AND WILL FEEL LIKE A PERSON NOT A NUMBER. WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY PRODUCTS AND OUR QUALIFIED STAFF WILL PROVIDE EXPERT REPAIRS AND AN EXPERIENCE CUSTOMERS WILL APPRECIATE AND ENJOY.
Wayne and Lisa Green
Our business was created because we enjoy what we do. We like guns and want to make sure yours is working properly and looks great! We are a small company with the ability to take time to listen and give you the one on one personal attention that is hard to find now days. We have both worked in large and small companies and know what it takes to get the job done and get it done right. Many of our customers are return customers because they got a job done right at a reasonable price. Your satisfaction is Guaranteed.
We do all ranges of gunsmithing. If you can dream it and it's legal we can do it. From custom scope mounts to making unable to find parts. If you don't see what your looking for contact us.
Hot bluing, Cerakote and custom graphics, Parkerizing, Color Case, Barrel Threading, Machine work, Custom 1911 work, Sight changes, Scope mounts, Cleaning and Safety checks, Stippling, Wood repair and refinishing, Engraving, Full Restorations
In the early days of America it was not easy to acquire a firearm. The simplest route was to become an active member of the militia, and be supplied with one by the government from its stores. During this period a gun basically cost two months of an average man’s wages. There were only a handful of gunsmiths in America in its first century and a half of settlement.
The early American gunsmith was an occupation which required the use of oftentimes dangerous gunsmith supplies and at times the gunsmithing tools were second-rate and of poor quality. The early US gunsmiths were usually positioned near the town blacksmith as they frequently performed similar duties and would occasionally work hand-in-hand. In the early history of gunsmithing, young men would often take on an apprenticeship with the gunsmith of the town and study from the age of twelve to fourteen and usually completed learning everything required to know about gunsmithing from the gunsmith training them around the time they reached the age of twenty-one.
From 1677 through 1739, there were very few artisans working on guns in America. And it was one of these men, Charles Parkes, who was the first known to have made a gun in Virginia, though he probably only stocked parts made in England.
The next turn of events in the history of gunsmithing in America is where it really becomes interesting. In 1798 Eli Whitney built a firearms factory near New Haven. The muskets his workmen made by methods comparable to those of modern mass industrial production were the first to have standardized, interchangeable parts. From this point the story of gunsmithing accelerates and splits into dozens of different stories about the great craftsman and inventors who revolutionized gunsmithing in America. Author unknown