View Full Version : Helpful Links About Gunsmithing

06-13-2002, 07:19 PM
We'll keep this thread pinned to the top of the forum for quick reference to helpful gunsmithing websites. Please post any websites here that you have found helpful concerning gunsmithing.


Shotgun Gunsmithing by Gun Docc


06-14-2002, 07:41 AM
Randy at CPC for your Ruger 22 needs


06-16-2002, 11:03 AM
For those of you who want do your own look to


They have alot of good stuff , with you first order you can get there catolog free or its like $5. I have found it easyer to find what i want in there catolog than there website

06-17-2002, 07:40 AM
http://thefiringline.com/forums/forumdispl...p?amp;forumid=8 (http://thefiringline.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?amp;forumid=8)

07-11-2002, 11:58 AM
Here are a few from my "stash"

Gun Parts Corp Online Catalog. These guys specialize in obsolete rifle parts, and carry a wide variety of "bits and bobs" that a gunsmith/tinkerer needs


Green Mountain Barrel Company. Produce some of the best muzzleloader barrels in the world. Also Produces some exceptionally accurate rimfire barrels for Rugers and a Marlin switch barrel kit.


Pac-Nor Rifle Barrels. Rifle blanks as well as custom rebarreling/chambering.


Brownell's Gunsmithing Supply. The "Big boy" on the block when it comes to gunsmithing. If they don't have it, it probably isn't being made. They can be expensive though


Midway USA Catalog. Good mailorder house that carries quite a bit of stuff at decent prices (including reamers and such).


Natchez Shooters Supply. Probably one of the better rimfire ammo selections on the net. Good deals on optics, especially since they carry factory refurbs at reasonble prices.


Midsouth Shooters Supply. Like Natchez, these guys carry a wide selection of shooting supplies


Great American Gunstocks. Probably the best name in service and selection for premium stocks.


Boyd's Gunstocks. Carry a great many affordable, quickly attainable stocks at reasonable prices. Good wood, and nice laminates too. Have sales periodically that makes you want to go buy the rifle to put in the stock.


I'll add to these as time permits...

Ed Kay
09-15-2002, 12:04 PM
The Accuratereloading Forum has some great info

10-31-2003, 03:32 PM
I have been building custom rifles as a full time business here in Maine since 1990, before that in Ct. I also do repair and both rust bluing and hot bluing.
If you have any gun questions please feel free to call me, I will do what I can!
I can be reached at 207-938-3595 or by Email at theworkshop@tds.net My business is called The Workshop and is located in St. Albans Maine. Hope I can be of some help!!!

01-26-2004, 06:31 AM
These people did a nice job on a Winchester 70 "Tune Up"

02-27-2004, 01:17 PM
You can also try http://patriottacticalrifles.com for custom rifle work

06-28-2009, 11:38 PM
Dan from Merlyn Rifleworks (http://www.rifleworks.com) does the paper works for Grunning Precision and he charge very reasonable price for out of State Transfer and DROS.