Love it or hate it, stippling has become a popular thing. Here’s a pair of handguns I stippled a little while back.
Here’s my possibly 100 year old revolver that I redid for myself. I shortened the barrel, recrowned it, installed a shotgun bead as a front sight, and got it cerakoted. It’s a sweet little is revolver co top break in … Continue reading
Here I’m making a one piece wrap around grip for a customers desert eagle. The accents are cocobolo. It’s not quite finished yet, but it’s coming along nicely.
Here’s one of my bigger projects which is a completely scratch built semi sub gun in 9×19. I started with bill Holmes mp83a1 as a base and redesigned most of the gun to actually function and to be way simpler … Continue reading
Here’s a few pictures of a 1911 I just finished engraving for a customer. I had about nine hours into this one.
I’ve spent about eight hours so far engraving this colt 1903. It isn’t finished yet, but here’s a bunch of photos of random times throughout the process.
Here’s the designs for the .314 Atlas rounds. They should be more than safe up to about 23000 psi if they’re machined from 1018 cold rolled steel. I’m still developing a load for them so I really don’t have too … Continue reading
Here are a few pictures of the grips being made for the caselman.
Here is a prototype round. The shell casing is much thicker than a standard shell casing in order to withstand more pressure. The bullet is unique also in the fact that it is hollow. The hollow bullet is packed with … Continue reading
Here are a few old pistols I built from a few years ago. The first one is unfinished and was intended to be a semi automatic .22lr. The second one is the first pistol I ever built and it’s a … Continue reading