Colt Trooper Mk V in for ejector work. Love these classics! Advertisements
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!
A mint condition Smith & Wesson that came in for cycling issues. Anybody want to guess the model?
This Springfield Micro Compact was in for a couple small repairs and to fit a new thumb safety. Great EDC… Read more Compact is Right
Rifle came in with an out-of-spec chamber—pretty deplorable. Reamed and headspaced it to SAAMI dimensions, and now it runs like… Read more Note to Self
In the realm of polymer revolvers, Ruger’s got game, folks. Plus, there’s something Star Trekky about the font they chose.
Sig MCX Rattler in 300 BLK. This is a seriously well-developed purpose item. It has a specific job, and does… Read more “Rattler” is Literal
Another bit of refinishing work; a friend brought me his father’s Winchester 94 to take some years off.