This 1911 not only looks good it also shoots into 2" consistently off-hand
A 1911 designed to be gentle on the hands and clothes. Dehorned, but it still looks like a 1911.
An old 1911 "parts gun," that looks like a new 1911A1 should.
A customer's pride and joy. Came in rough, went home like new.
A completely restored Model 29. Not rusty and pitted anymore.
The customer wanted his Webley as close to original as possible. It is, except for the typical .45 ACP cylinder.
A nice old Remington restored to "as new." Stock by Tsavo Custom Firearms. Metal and action restoration by BUCKSPORT GUNSMITHS.
This was a complete gun restoration of a rough but treasured old family heirloom. Came out pretty nice. Stock and forend by Tsavo Custom Firearms. Metal and action restoration by BUCKSPORT GUNSMITHS.
Montana 1999 actions are just right for custom rifles such as this .338 Winchester magnum.
Built for a Colorado elk hunt, this light weight rifle is just right for mountainous country.
Another family heirloom brought back to "as new" condition in appearance and function.
Putting a new shilen barrel on this featherweight really made a difference in accuracy and consistency as the barrel got warm.