Had a Rock Island 1911 come in for some trigger work. Stoned and polished the internals, and found that the… Read more 1911 Pro Tip
You wouldn’t guess it, but this Colt Trooper Mk V has seen some pretty heavy use!
New eyes for this Sig P220. The original night sights were old enough to have lost much of their brightness,… Read more X-ray Superpowers
Refinished furniture for an old department store .410 break-action. The original buttstock had been shattered, and the replacement was too… Read more Shotgun Furniture
I’ve never been particularly for or against Glocks, but every time I handle one of these 43s, I’m a little… Read more Almost Pursuaded
Installed a bead on this old Remington 11-48 sixteen gauge. The barrel had recently been cut down & re-threaded for… Read more Beading Up
Colt Trooper Mk V in for ejector work. Love these classics!
This Smith took some time. Removing the coating while keeping corners sharp and not obliterating the lettering was a tough… Read more Careful Careful Careful
Cosmetic damage and normal wear & tear can be badges of honor, but sometimes a fresh start is helpful too.
I usually struggle when colors seem just decorative, but this Wilson Combat EDC X9 would make anything look good!