I've had dozens of guns worked on, built, or repaired by the guys at D&D. Nothing I bring them has been too obscure, too difficult, or too weird for them to do. Other shops won't even attempt what these guys do on a regular basis. They have a great selection of estate guns for sale, and can always point you in the right direction for something they don't carry.
They testified against constitutional carry and want yearly recertification for you to be able to carry a gun to protect yourself. They are not pro …
Staff doesn't really seem to have time for you. If you do go here I recommend you follow up with their work to make sure its good before you leave. Pricing is a little on the expensive side and work seems to be lower quality.
Never had a bad experience the professionalism is unbelievable no matter what the gun they are generally willing to fix it if they don't have a part or can't get a part then make it can't say I've ever met anyone else who's willing to do that and right now I understand they have hundreds of guns in being repaired in only four gunsmith
RUDE RUDE RUDE. I recently had my gun there and they told me it would be done within the week. It was after a week and I just called to get the price estimate. The guy I talked to was very rude and wasn't willing to go find out for me. I called two days later, and found out my gun hasn't even been worked on! I went to go pick it up unfinished and they were careless about it. They also kept assuming it was for my husband, when it was mine. The next day, I go to my shooting club, and my coaches have it fixed in 15 minutes. this was very disheartening because of all the great reviews.