(Rifled) barrel break-in procedures
--> EVERY firearm that has a RIFLED barrel (rifle, pistol, slug-barreled shotgun) should under go a break in procedure.!!!!!!! If you want your firearm to have the utmost accuracy the starting point is having a break in procedure performed on the firearm when it is new. Think of it this way. Whenever you go buy a brand new vehicle, whether it is a car, atv, or motorcycle the factory that produced the vehicle always HIGHLY recommends that you "break" the vehicle in so that all of the metal pieces form smooth cohesive bonds. It's the same concept with a firearm. Whenever a firearm is produced there are tiny little imperfections in the metal, specifically the internal part of the barrel. And, although the barrel has been calibrated to the right specs, depending on the caliber, the surface is very rigid and rough. Breaking in the firearm when it is new allows its parts to form with little to no distortion. For a firearm, breaking it in allows the barrel to slowly form a smooth, tight, and flowing surface for the bullet to glide on with little to no deviation in trajectory due to bullet wobble from an uneven internal barrel surface. IMPROVED CONSISTENCY EQUALS IMPROVED ACCURACY and IMPROVED ACCURACY EQUALS PRECISION!!!
--> Let us break in your rifle, and become a better marksman simply by servicing your firearm
--> Every break-in procedure receives a cleaning after the break-in procedure is performed.
--> Whether you have no idea how to sight in an optic, don't have time, or just don't want to WE CAN HELP. As an Expert Marksman, a Squad designated Marksman, and a Sniper Rifle and Optics tester in the US Army I have the skills to sight in any optic that you may bring to me.
--> Every firearm that is brought in for a sighting procedure is taken to the range and zeroed in on a range pod. The optic will be sighted in based on the yardage that you request it to be sighted in to. A laser bore sight can be helpful when mounting a new optic but, it's validity does not measure up to actually going out and shooting the firearm and dialing in the optic.
cerakoting, painting and CAMOUFLAGE
--> Grandpa's wooden shotgun may not be the best firearm to Cerakote or PAC (paint and camouflage), but the popularity of polymer guns has started a revolution in altering the color and coating of gun surfaces. We pride ourselves on being very patient when we Cerakote or PAC a firearm. Just like stippling, the more time and patience that we spend the higher the quality of the product. So, get your reservation made as soon as you decide to let us revolutionize the look of your firearm
--> Although we do recommend flat/matte earth tone colors we can Cerakote or PAC your firearm in any color(s) you want!!!
--> Not only does Cerakoting and PAC make your firearm look awesome it can help protect it from corrosion, abrasion, rust, heat, chemicals, copper and lead fouling, etc....
--> NOT ONLY DOES IT HELP WITH PROTECTION, IT LOOKS AWESOME!!!!!