How do I ship my gun?
You can ship your gun by UPS or by FedEx directly to us, you may also ship it from your local dealer if you would like. The most important thing to remember is to package it well! Feel free to call the office with any questions concerning the best way to protect your items!
Do I need an FFL for you to ship my gun back directly to me?
The ATF regulations state that we have to ship back to the address it was received from. If you ship from a local FFL then that is where we will ship it back to. The only exception is that we can ship to another FFL if you request. We will not, however, be able to ship to your home address unless that is the address it came from. Call the office if you have additional questions about this topic.
How do I insure my gun in transit?
The common carriers such as UPS. FedEx, etc, all have insurance available and it is priced typically in $1000 increments.
What is left for me to do on a Machine Inletted Stock?
Although these have been shaped and drilled, there is still final fitting that needs to be done to the action, as well as trimming around the metal. This will allow for the variances in the action size and allow for a proper fit. After fitting you will need to do the final sanding, checkering if you desire, and finish.
How do I know if my wood is dry?
You will need a moisture meter designed for this application, we need the wood at 10% or below moisture content. You may be able to find a business such as, a hardwood dealer, custom cabinet shop, or furniture store that would have a proper meter or you can always stop by our office and we would be happy to test it for you.
Do you have a place that I can shoot my gun at your facility?
Yes, we have a pattern board, ATA Trap, and Sporting Clays Trap five minutes from the shop!