Due to a family event, the Shop will not have walk in hours on Monday, 7 Oct 2019. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The power service here at the Shop has been flickering on and off. FYI: If we do not have power we cannot process transfers.
This is just a reminder. The next times that the Shop is scheduled to be closed are Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 26, 27 & 28 Jun 2019 for a family event and Thursday & Friday, 4 & 5 Jul 2019 for the Independence Day holiday.
As always incoming transfer guns will be addressed. No appointments will be available from Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 through Sunday, 30 Jun 2019. Also, no appointments will be available from Thursday, 4 Jul 2019 through Sunday, 7 Jul 2019.
As promised, we began accepting new gunsmithing jobs earlier this week. We look forward to seeing you in the shop. If you need to know where we are or when we are open, go to the Contact Us / Hours page.
Due to the snow/ice experienced in the area the shop is closed Monday, 10 Dec 2018. We will be open normal hours for the rest of the week.
Just a quick reminder that Patrick Heraghty, our Gunsmith, will be out of the shop for the remainder of this week (13-17 Nov 2018).
The shop will still be open for walk in hours 4:30 PM to 7 PM each weekday evening. You are welcome to come in and do paperwork for transfers, pick up finished gunsmithing jobs, and drop off new work. Someone will also be meeting the shipping companies to accept incoming transfer shipments.
If you drop off new work, Patrick will call you once he is back and has the work in front of him to discuss it with you.
The Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company, or CSMC, is a gun manufacturing company that was started 1975 by Antony Galazan. It manufacturers A. H. Fox, Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Company Model 21, A. Galazan Over & Under, Galazan Side by Side, RBL Launch Edition, RBL 28 gauge, NRA RBL Signature Edition guns.
The x-frame is the largest revolver frame that Smith & Wesson has released to date. It was released in 2003 with the introduction of the Smith & Wesson Model 500.1
Xenoy is a synthetic material (polybutylene terephthalate-polycarbonate) that Smith & Wesson used to make grips for their third generation semiautomatic pistols.1
- yoke cut
- term usage