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General Firearm Services

We do not provide services for:

  • Black powder guns, muzzleloaders, BB guns, pellet guns, paintball, airsoft, or optics.
  • 80% lower receivers that an individual completed themselves, Privately Made Firearms (PMF), or any firearm, frame, or receiver that does not have a serial number that was engraved by a Federal Firearms License (FFL) manufacturer and complies with federal laws unless the service is guaranteed to be completed on the same day.
  • Firearms that require machinery to cut or mill barrels, handgun slides, anodizing, bluing, welding, etc.

General Services

  • Handgun Trigger Service: $29.99
    We can replace the trigger in your Sig Sauer P Series, CZ, FNH, Glock, Smith & Wesson, and Walther handguns.
    Parts Required:
    – Handgun
    – Trigger parts
  • AR Muzzle Device Installation: $29.99
  • Remove Stuck Bullet/Round/Case: $39.99
  • Remove Other Barrel Obstruction: $49.99/hr
  • Miscellaneous Maintainance, Installation Or Removal: $49.99/hr
  • Silencer Bore Alignment: $9.99
    It is highly recommended to verify proper concentricity when firing with a silencer on a new platform, new build, or any previously unshot setup to show any misalignment, if present. The alignment is verified between the bore, muzzle device or threaded barrel, and silencer to prevent baffle strikes or any unexpected issues with a new silencer.
    – We offer bore alignment for these calibers: 22/.223/5.56, .30/.308/7.62, and .338.
    This service does not include installing a new muzzle device.

Diagnosis & Repair:

  • Labor: $49.99/hr (+ parts & ammunition)

Sight Installation

  • Pistol Front Sight Installation: $19.99
  • Pistol Rear Sight Installation: $19.99
  • Pistol Front & Rear Sight Installation: $29.99

Optic Mounting:

  • Pistol Red Dot Sight Installation: $19.99

Firearm Cleaning

  • Handguns: $34.99 /per firearm
  • Rifles/Shotguns: $49.99 /per firearm

Current Turnaround Time = 2-3 Days

This is a minimum time frame and applies to all services below. The total length of time for completion depends on the severity of the barrel obstruction, diagnosis of the issue, etc.

  • Costs are per firearm and do not include the cost of parts or ammunition, if applicable.
  • You can purchase and bring us the compatible parts, or we can order them for you which will cause a longer turnaround time.
  • Red dot sights being mounted onto a pistol must already have a precut slide and does not include sighting in.

Some Of Our Work

Squib Load - Sig Sauer P320 9mm

On October 29th, 2022 during an armed private security officer firearm qualification a security officer was shooting and identified what he thought was a squib load. He stated that when he pressed the trigger it didn’t sound right. After unloading the firearm, disassembling the slide from the frame, removing the recoil spring and barrel we found that it was in fact a squib load.
Great job for this officer paying attention while shooting and identifying a problem before attempting to shoot again which would have resulted in severe damage to the firearm and serious injuries to himself and possibly others around him.

A “Squib Load” is when a round has less than normal pressure when fired and causes the bullet to become lodged in the barrel. If anything unusual is noticed while shooting such as a popping sound with reduced or no recoil, and/or a puff of smoke, a squib load should be suspected.
You should stop firing immediately! and unload the firearm. With the action open, run a cleaning rod through the barrel to see if the barrel is obstructed. If a bullet is lodged in the barrel, the firing of another round could cause extreme damage to the firearm and serious injury to you and others around you.

Boresnake Stuck In Barrel - Savage 300 Winchester Mag

An individual contacted us stating that while using a boresnake to clean the barrel of a rifle it had become lodged and could not be pulled out. This would have been an easy fix, but the individual decided to cut off the boresnake. We also found that the individual had attached a cleaning patch to the boresnake.
After multiple failed attempts to get the boresnake out we were able to get a tiny bit of it out the muzzle of the barrel and luckily able to pull the boresnake free of the barrel.

Lesson Learned:

  1. If you get something stuck in your barrel, never attempt to get it out yourself or cut anything off. Take it to a professional so no damage is done to the firearm.
  2. Use cleaning items as they are intended to be used. Never use a cleaning patch on a bore snake. It doesn’t need it.
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