Gunsmithing Services

We do a variety of gunsmithing work, everything from day to day break fix and repair, scope mounting, to full out custom work. Take a look at some of the general pricing below and look at some of the gun specific work done in house that we specialize in.

Gunsmith Work

General Shop Services Rate: $70 per hour
For anything that doesn’t fall into a category for defined services we charge per hour. We will give you an estimate for how much billable time we expect it to take and a cost for parts needed for the job.

Safety Inspection and Functionality tests

If you have an older firearm or one you are unsure of being safe to fire or operate, we can do a functions test as well as inspection of the firearm. A safety test includes checking the headspace, barrel for cracks, safe operation of sears and safety systems.

Gun Cleaning

Our cleaning services are tiered so you can get a level of cleaning dependent on how often you shoot, and how much detail you need.

Basic Gun Cleaning: $35 per gun
A complete field strip is performed and any carbon, dirt, lint, etc are removed from the weapon. Throughout the disassembly and cleaning we inspect for defects and issues that effect the performance and safety of your firearm.

Deep Gun Cleaning: $70 per gun
We completely disassemble the weapon, and perform an ultra sonic cleaning to remove built up dirt, grease, oil, in addition to normal carbon buildup. As usual we inspect your firearm for defects and issues that effect the performance and safety of your firearm.

Firearm Restorations

We also perform firearm restorations for heavily rusted, damaged, weathered and even antique firearms. Costs vary depending on the wear and amount of repair needed. Check out our restorations page for more details


Trigger Jobs: Starting at $70 per gun plus parts
We can clean up the matting surfaces of your trigger components to make a smoother trigger pull. Additionally we can lighten the trigger pull using various means, depending on the firearm. Some firearms will require lighter springs, or replacement of components to get a lighter than factory trigger pull and will be an additional price for parts.

Other Services

Bore Sighting: $35 per gun
We use an in house laser sighting system that allows us to zero your weapon out to nearly any specific distance. For the best results we need to know the type of projectile, weight, and velocity of your ammunition.

Scope Mounting: Varies
We can mount scopes on your firearm, the price varies depending on the amount of work required to mount the scope. For example some firearms are pre-drilled and tapped for scope mounts to be installed. Others require very specifically designed mounts, and can require specific jigs to drill and tap for a mount. However, in general if your firearm simply needs the scope installed we charge $70 for the leveling, alignment, and bore sighting. If drilling and tapping is required for installing a mount you are looking at $120.

Pistol Sight Installations: $35 for most sights

We use our sight pusher tool for a variety of dovetailed pistol sights and can even do some that are staked/posted into a pistol as well.

Barrel Threading: Starting at $150

We thread your barrel based off of the end bore of the weapon to make sure the threads are true to the bore axis. Pricing will vary depending on thickness of barrel, if re-crowning is needed, and any additional shop time needed for disassembly or jigs required for securing the action.

Glass Bedding or Pillar Bedding: Starting at $140

Using Acraglass we fill up the gaps in your stock between the action and barrel lugs to improve the consistency, accuracy and alleviate recoil related accuracy issues between your rifle and stock.

Grind to Fit Butt-pads: Starting at $70 plus parts

We can fit a butt-pad to your rifle if you are missing one or have an old one needing to be replaced. Pricing varies depending on the butt-pad and the method we have to use to fit it to the rifle.

Grip Stippling and Frame Modifications: Starting at $70

We have done hundreds of modifications to firearm frames, including stippling, undercuts and indentations to improve handling of your firearm in the most extreme conditions.