1776 Gunsmithing Services
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For Liability We CAN NOT Work on the Following Firearms:
- All Firearms taken to 1776 Gunsmithing must be complete in all their parts.
We can not work on parts of firearm and guarantee confirm compatibility.
- Springfield Model 1903 Rifles as follows:
- Springfield Armory – Serial # 800,000 or below
- Rock Island Arsenal – Serial # 286,000 or below
- National Ordinance – Any Serial #
- Santa Fe – Any Serial #
- Sedgley – Any Serial #
- Bad heat treating of receivers or no heat treating.
- 1888 Commission Model German Rifle in any other caliber than its original 8 x 57 loading
- (Low Pressure 8 x 57 Load)
- Bad/Weak heat treats, prone to cracking with modern 8 x 57 ammunition.
- Any Rifle with a military manufactured barrel that has been converted to a magnum cartridge
- Schmidt Rubin Rifles – Any Model
- Ross Rifles
- Model 95 Steyr Straight Pull
- “Damascus,” “Laminated,” or other twist barrel shotguns
- Barrel weak for modern pressure cartridge
- Winchester Models: 1887, 1893, 1901, 1911, 40, Pump-Action 22’s converted to any caliber other than its original
- Steven’s Models: Favorite, Crack Shot, Maynard Junior, Visible Loader, Scout
- Colt Models: Lightning Revolver and Lightning Magazine Rifle. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps double action models having double notched cylinders. Thunderer Pistol
- Remington Models: 10, 12, 29, 121, 1901
- Rolling block rifles converted to a caliber other than 30-30,30-40, 7 x 57 or 45-70
- Savage Model: M99 below serial # 90,000 – Pump 22 rifles of various tube & clip fed models
- Mauser Rifle models as follows:
- Any Mauser converted to a shotgun caliber. Any 1898 converted to 300 H&H Magnum
- Models 1893, 1894, 1895, and 1896 in calibers other than 250 Savage, 257 Roberts, 7 x 57, 300 Savage or 6.5
- Any gun where previous conversion attempts appear to have weakened the action point of questionable safety
- Side hammer shotguns will be inspected on a case by case basis. Only those considered in good condition will be accepted for work
- Top break revolvers of all makes
- Revolvers converted to other than original caliber
- Firearms designed for black powder ammunition capable of firing modern ammunition
- M1891 Mosin Nagant Rifles in other than original caliber
- Brazilian single barrel and double barrel (over/under, side by side) long guns
- ERMA Firearms, including Stoeger Luger by ERMA
- Obsolete firearms made by the following: H&R, Iver Johnson, U.S. Revolver Co., Bulldog, and other “old” handguns
- Low quality firearms of German, Italian, or Brazilian make. Single or double action. Any Caliber.
- Old (pre 1900) American Break open single barrels of any make/brand
- Marlin Models as follows: 1878, 16, 17, 19, 19S, 19G, 19N, 21, 24, 24G, 26, 30, 42, 49, 49N, 28, 31, 43, 44, 53, 63, 92, 93
- Any firearm built from low quality steel or castings such as firearms manufactured by: American Regent, Armsco, Baver, Boito, Bryco, CBC, Clerice, Davis, Fie, Frommer, High Point, Imp, Indian Arms, Jager, Jennings, Lorcin, Naasco, Ortgies, PAF, Phoenix, Precision Small Arms, RG, Raven, Reck, Rigarmi, Sovereign, Stallard Arms, Standard Arms, Ultra-Hi and Rohm. (This list is not necessarily all inclusive)
- Any gun rendered unsafe by abuse, design deficiency or previous “gunsmithing” attempts
- Any firearm that requires a magazine, clip, or reloading device to operate the firearm will not be worked on unless such a device is provided with the firearm by the customer
- Mauser Model 1898 cambered for the “J” bore caliber (.318 diameter bores). Ammunition is different from standard 8 x 57 Mauser ammunition. All 98 Mausers will be checked. Rifles with “J” bores will require barrel replacement prior to customers work.
- British SMLE Rifles in other than original .303 caliber
- Any AMT pistol
- Any kits requiring Galloway parts