If they are out of business, sportsmen are safe. Years ago they butchered my 1908 mauser. The scope bases were different heights and loose,the bolt handle met the scope, and the receiver was scratched. I dared not return for amends in fear of more amature damage.
In 1994 Magnum Precision built my custom Springfield 1911. 55,000 rounds later it's still working flawlessly. Original 2.5lb trigger. Amazing work.
Disappointed that he only works on certain guns. Not Baretta or Browning.
I had a case separation (cartridge blew up in the barrel) and couldn't remove the brass. Weapon Works not only removed the broken round, they polished and cleaned the receiver, checked and adjusted the head space and installed new rollers on the bolt of my CETME .308, all for a lot less than I was expecting to have to pay. These guys know their stuff. I'll be back with any future gun concerns.
While they do have good selection at good prices their bussiness ethics suck. I sent my wife to get a scope for my gun. She brought the scope with her and told them the rifle was a Ruger 10/22. they sold her some through hole rings for $30 (because they were the only ones they had). the rings didn't work I was unable to ger the scope to sight in. when she tried to return them they only gave her $20 refund because he would have to resell the item as used. Really? Your "knowledgeable staff" sells the wrong rings and you won't even give a full refund?Be sure you know what you're buying.
I took a springfield XD there to get finished with duracoat and reblued. They told me it would take 2 weeks. It was closer to 2 months.... I finally picked it up, paid for it and I found that neither finish was even applied right. The duracoat could scratch right off, and the bluing wore right off by cycling the slide a few times.
Larry Stafford is an honest and conscientious gunsmith. Quality work, reasonable rates and a heartfelt dedication to his work. I was very happy and my shotgun was very happy . I would not hesitate to use Pearl Firearms again. I highly recommend this business.
No problems with having two pistols worked on, replaced the sights on both. One had to go back to Ruger for trigger work, they took care of all aspects and it wasn't that long of a wait. Head Smith was friendly, as was an assistant that helped me resight the guns.. Price was reasonable. Only issue was I also wanted to change the sights on a Tokarav (Norinco Model 213) and they didn't seem to want to do that. Any one with ideas, please post a review.
I took my rifle in for a barrel chop/recrown. I dropped it off June 19th. When I called on June 27th, the "smith" hadn't even heard of it yet. I told him I needed it in two days, and he EXPEDITED my rifle. With this I was PLEASED.When I picked it up, it LOOKED re-assembled. I looked at the barrel, closed the case, paid $80, then left. I got home and looked at it closer...Of the TWO screws my rifle needs, they LOST one of them. Or STOLE it. My rifle was made to look complete to get me out the door and take liability. My rifle was is a 1944 Lee Enfield No4Mk1. Parts are hard to find. I thnk they stole my screw for themselves. Why else would they make my rifle "look" assembled??Either they are thieves, or they are VERY UNORGANIZED. Either way, FAIL!!!