25 yrs experience, rebluing,parkering, plating.
repairs for most rilfes, handguns, shotguns etc.
repair and refinish stocks.
single action revolvers specialty.
hot salt bluing, belgium bluing for dbl barrels
3 colors of parkerizing, and bake on finishes by duracoat.
lathe and mill work. sights, scopes mounted and bore sighted
have 9 hot salt bluing tank setup and 3 tanks for parkerizing
I do bluing for several guys in NY, shipping for repairs and service is 100% legal and I ship your weapon back to you, not your dealer, check BATF rules and find out its legal to ship to a ffl gunsmith.
I never questioned the legality of shipping firearms to a gunsmith for repair, I know it's legal. Personally I prefer to go to a gunsmith in my own City whenever possible because it's more convenient :wink:
I understand that part
If you ever need any bluing give me a yell, quality work and good prices for multi-gun . 1 at regular price, second at 30% off.
prices start at 125 and up for ling guns, belgium blue for dbls start at 250 and up
parkerizing starts at 80.99 and up
May I ask about a problem I'm having with my 2 month old PPK/S? After one or two shooting rounds at the range, (after it gets good and warm, about half a box of 50) the PPK begins to jam. It's not a stove pipe, the spent shell gets ejected fine, the new shell fails to load. ANY ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I only use factory rounds, no reloads, and no +P rounds. I have two magazines and I have tried them both. Also, I clean and oil it after every trip to the range. Is there anything particular to this model I should look for?