Apex Gunsmithing
6Jan/20

2020 News

It's been a long while since I've done more than basic maintenance on the site, so it's high time I put up some news.

Schedule: As I alluded to way back in March last year, I took on a new job opportunity and though it's been terrible for my schedule when it comes to gunsmithing it's been a very positive experience otherwise.  Hours will continue to be APPOINTMENT ONLY for the foreseeable future, but I should be able to fit most drop off, pickup and transfers into mornings (10-noon) before I leave or on weekends I'm not pulling overtime.

Content: A big drop off due to lack of time in 2019, but I'm in the process of rearranging my workspace and home office (both of which are a disaster area, as most of you know) to put aside an area for photo and video work.  The first couple months I'm planning to put out disassembly guides on several guns I've had on hand for a while now, including but not limited to the CZ-52, Sig P228, Beretta 92S, semi-auto RPD, Norinco SAS12, S&W 3000 shotgun and some others.  I'll have a Mossberg MC1 Subcompact on hand this week to rip apart and I have a customer's old Erma 22 Luger lookalike to overhaul, too.  Somewhere in the gun safe I have that Kareen Hi Power copy to fix back up and refinish... the list goes on.

Tavor TS12: On the waiting list for one, expect a detailed disassembly guide and gunsmith review when I get my hands on it.  My Tavor SAR remains my prized possession, so I look forward to getting a shotgun companion for it.

Stuff I'm Selling: Expect an update on the sales page sometime "soon" with half a dozen items I'm looking to clear out.  Nothing super exciting, but all very budget friendly.

FFL Renewal:  Yep, it's that time again.  Renewal has been submitted, so hopefully there won't be any hiccups in getting the renewed FFL back this time.

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