Please read these frequently asked questions prior to sending us an email.
Feel free to contact us if your questions have not been answered, or if you would like additional information.
The prices for our CoPilot and Guide rifles are located on our custom gun pages. For work other than packages, please visit our services and rates page where you can pick and choose the custom work you wish to do. For pistolsmithing questions, please either fill out our contact form or call.
Please either fill out our contact form or call.
Any time period we may quote you on the phone is nothing more than an estimate. Our rifles and handguns are primarily hand built and we insist on a quality product. This means, of course, that building a firearm takes a great deal of time. In addition, our products are in high demand, and we have numerous orders. We ALWAYS contact you IMMEDIATELY upon your project being finished and ready to ship. Calling us and asking about the status of your order only slows up the process!
You can use UPS, FedEx or insured Priority Mail for rifles. Handguns may only be shipped by UPS or FedEx. Do not ship handguns by mail! All firearms must be unloaded. Do not send slings or cases or other accessories. We repeat, DO NOT SEND THESE ITEMS, ESPECIALLY CASES. Shipping is expensive, keep the weight down. You do not need to use an FFL holder to ship your personally owned rifle to us! For more details visit our shipping information page.
We use Priority Mail or FedEx. The cost varies depending on the weight, size and value. Shipping charges are set at the time your firearm is ready to ship.
We do not make them. We do do conversions on firearms with extended magazines.
We are able to make takedown Winchester 1895s and 1886s. We can also do two barrel sets on Browning BLRs. Please contact us for details.
Currently we do not make rifles in these calibers. Check back for more updates.
We do 457 conversions on the 1895 Cowboy, but do not do 50 Alaskans on the Cowboy, l not any octagon barrel. We can do 457 magnums on 1886 Winchesters and Winchester Model 71s. Please contact us for details.
At the present time, our lever guns are available in .457WWG/.45/70 caliber. We are evaluating certain other calibers, and if we decide to do them, we will post details on our site.
Only in the winter, and yes it is cold. And its dark too. There are lots of fine ladies up here and most of them are armed. Now you know why why we have a place in Las Vegas.
Yes. You can also fire a 2½” .410 shotshell.
Absolutely not. Neither conversion affects accuracy.
We have levers for the .444, 336 and 1894 Rifles.
We sell stock blanks for the 1895 Marlins (all models) and the .444s. They are unfinshed blanks. You can fit them yourself. You need to have familiarity with fitting an unfinished stock blank as it is very labor intensive.
Yes, both cartridges are loaded in properly headstamped brass. You can contact us to order.
If you do not like them, send them back. No problem
Any modern Marlin centerfire rifle, including all 1895s, 444, 336, 94s, 30s and LTD editions and Cowboys.
Yes. Please have your local Class 3 Dealer contact us for further information.
If you are calling from anywhere in the US, its earlier. If we don’t answer the phone at 9 am your time, its because we are still sleeping.
Yes, you can however due to United States export laws and regulations, we are required to used a registered export service. Please see our contact page.