World-class products, excellent service, and state-of-the-art facilities are what you expect from the Scottsdale Gun Club. Our commitment to you continues with comprehensive firearm cleaning, maintenance, and repairs provided by our in-house Gunsmithing Services Department.
Our fully equipped workshop is staffed by qualified, knowledgeable and friendly personnel who are in tune with your needs. Whether you rely on your firearm for defense, hunting, competition or leisure, our extensive selection of competitively priced maintenance, repairs, and custom enhancements, we will ensure it remains reliable, dependable and performing as intended. You can rely on the wide experience and combined skills of our trained technicians to keep your firearms fully operational.
What we do
DCOA (Disassemble, Clean, Oil, Assemble)
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sheet, please contact us with your requirements.
Meet the Gunsmiths
Charlie’s career in firearms started in the United States Navy as a Master-at-Arms performing anti-terrorism, force protection, law enforcement, duty armor, and small arms instructor duties. After his military service through the help of the GI Bill, he attended one of the most prestigious trade schools for gunsmithing; The Colorado School of Trades. This is where Charlie learned the basics of professional gunsmithing. After completion, he moved on to work under one of the best Master Gunsmiths in the country. For the past 8 years, Charlie has honed his skills as a professional gunsmith, gathering a wide range of skills and technical knowledge on firearms customization and repair, machining, metallurgy, welding, stock working and blacksmithing. Charlie specializes in building one of a kind custom firearms of all types.
Preston began his interest in firearms by growing up around them at a young age, and was always intrigued by their mechanical properties. Similar to Charlie, he attended and graduated from The Colorado School of Trades in January of 2016, with an emphasis on gunsmithing. Preston’s main focus has always been diagnostic repair on all types of firearms. He has a specific interest in shotguns, as well as vintage and historical pieces. Preston also served a short period of time as a Firearm Instructor at The Colorado School of Trades, and really enjoyed teaching and assisting others who were also passionate about firearms. Preston joined the gunsmithing department at Scottsdale Gun Club in December of 2021 and looks forward to meeting you and upgrading your favorite firearms today!
How do I schedule an appointment?
Our Gunsmithing Department operates on a first come first serve basis. To get your firearm(s) in the queue, simply bring it/them by any time we are open and one of our firearm consultants will be able to check your firearm(s) in for you.
What is the current wait time?
We strive to complete jobs in a timely manner. Depending on the complexity of your project, parts/tools available, and workload wait times may vary. A basic guide to wait times breaks down into:
Basic Services (1-2 Weeks):
- Sight/Optic Installs
- Pro Clean
- Muzzle Brake Swaps (not including pin & weld threading)
- Range zeroes
Standard (2-4 Weeks):
- Diagnostic Work
- Trigger / Action Work
Machining / Cerakote (4-6 Weeks):
- Optic Cuts
Custom Work (6-8 Weeks)
How can I speak to a Gunsmith?
One of our gunsmiths is in the store whenever our range is open. Although there are times when we are unavailable to speak with customers, involved in a complex project, already speaking with a customer, in a meeting, at lunch, etc. We do our best to provide excellent customer service but must balance this with our gunsmithing workload. If we are on the phone, computer or sales floor then we aren’t gunsmithing.
You can reach us at 470-222-4853 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What if I can’t wait in the queue?
We do occasionally accept, at the sole discretion of one of our gunsmiths, expedited work. Costs will be determined based on the deadline and work to be performed.
How much will my project cost?
Our Pricing Sheet will give you a good idea of what certain work will cost. If your job isn’t listed, feel free to reach out for an estimate. While we try to always give accurate quotes, please understand working on firearms is not a cut and dry process. Certain things are beyond our control and a more accurate picture can’t be formed until actually performing the work. We WILL contact you for authorization if your project ends up being more expensive than originally estimated. Reasons for this might be additional labor required, damaged, missing or broken parts, or safety/functional issues.
How do I know if my Firearm is Finished?
As soon as your job is completed, we will call and notify you. If you have multiple projects checked in with us, we will wait until they are all completed unless otherwise specified by you.