Gunsmithing Price List
Basic Pricing List
Hourly rate (man): $75
Scope mounting & Bore sight: $50
Full Service cleaning: $100
Recoil Pad install: $60
Minimum charges: $65
Blue Printing Actions
Phase 1 - $125
Phase one includes checking bolt face and lug contact, then we square up and lapp.
Phase 2 - $225
Same as phase one, but we will cut back the receiver face square to bolt bore raceway, then square lugs up and lapp them.
Phase 3 - $300
Phase 3 has us checking bolt face contact, as well as bolt lug contact. We’ll cut the internal threads to be .010 oversize. After that we will cut back the receiver face square to the bolt bore raceway, square the lugs up and lapp them. This process is only available when installing a new barrel before it is threaded. *This is mainly applied to Remington model 700’s/sevens, and older Winchester Model 70’s.*
Flutes are straight, and typically have 6 grooves. Accumarking or flute colouring is also available, along with other options depending on the barrel.
Barrel installation includes threading the barrel, cutting the chamber, and cutting/crowning the barrel. We will also test fire to prove the chamber, and spin finish to a 320 grit metal finish if you would like metal finishes such as cerakote or bead blasting. Metal finish is not included.
Bead Blast Finish
Removes the shine from stainless.
Barreled Action Only - $90
Complete Rifle - $150
Bolt Handle Installation
Includes metal refinishing back to the original, matching the bolt knob to the action.
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Traditional hot blueing starting at $200, standard rifles are done in a satin finish.
High gloss finishes and additional prep work (such as rust pit removal, etc) will bring additional charges based on hourly rates.
Starting @ $200
Tough, baked on ceramic finish. Very durable, highly resistant to weathering. Several colours are available. Prices range from standard rifles ($300), Tikka or other small rifles ($225), barreled action only ($175) and misc. parts ($50).
Check out available finishes here!
Cut and Crown Barrel
Cut barrel to specified length and crown, or simply re-crown.
Drill and Tap
Drill and tap for scope mounting. Most guns will require four holes for scope mounting.
$25 per hole
Some barrel installations may require an extra cut to be made to accommodate extractors.
Flute Bolt Body
This can be done on most guns. Prices are for cutting straight flutes ($125) and spiral flutes ($175).
We can also accumark the bolt ($50), cost is eliminated if you are doing the whole firearm.
Ensures point of impact reliability and repeatability when stock is removed for maintenance
Skin bed recoil lug area only - $75
Standard Glass bedding and Free Float of barrel - $125
Standard Glass bedding with pillars and free float - $200
Custom Glass bedding with pillars - $275
Includes milling machine work to inlet action and barrel channel
Common when installing new fibreglass and carbon fibre blanks with only basic inletting.
Range Fee (200yds)
The first range fee will include a general inspection of your firearm, and a standard service and clean if required. We will then create a data sheet, test out different ammos (generally at 200yds), Once we establish the most accurate ammo, we will record all data, clean your barrel, compile the data, and prepare in the info to order or produce a custom turret.
Item’s not included:
Extreme Maintenance issues
Damaged Parts needing replaced (Rings/bases etc)
Range Fee (750yds)
General inspection of firearm
Standard service and clean If needed
Create Data sheet
Test Ammunition at a set range of 750yds
Establish most accurate ammo
Record all finding Velocity and standard deviation of best performing ammunition
Return to shop
Prepare info to order or produce custom Turret
Huskemaw Turret Build
Includes custom turret and laser etching once data collection has been completed by you or by our professional shooters.
Lapp Scope Rings
This ensures strong, solid contact between scope and mounts.
Muzzle Brake Installation
Muzzle brakes greatly reduce recoil. All of our muzzle brake types are made out of stainless steel and will be finished to match at No additional charge
Slimline 24 hole brakes are designed for barrels under .750 in diameter and are offered in typically 1/2x28 TPI and 9/16x24 TPI
32 hole muzzle brakes are designed for barrels .700 to 1 inch and are offered in 9/16x24 and 5/8x24
3 gill sporter are designed to fit barrels from 1 inch down to .550 The minimum outside diameter is .775 and are offered in 1/2x28 9/16x24 & 5/8x24
4 Gill tactical brakes have a locking feature that eliminates timing issues making them a perfect brake to adapt to factory rifles like the Ruger Precision, the Savage long range and ultralight, Remington 700 varmint and tactical & many other factory threaded rifles. Offered in two thread patterns 9/16x24 and 5/8x24 ( These are available as a blank call or email details we will need your caliber, thread size and color and we will build it to suit) Prices are $150 for stainless and $175 for a Cerakote finish
Prices are for 24 hole/32 hole muzzle brakes ($250) and 3-gill sporter and tactical 4 gill muzzle brakes ($300)
Muzzle Brake Cap
Removable, knurled cap to protect threads when muzzle brake is removed.
$50 to $75 depending on what is wanted
You can find our list of available reamers here.
Rechambering consists of changing the existing cartridge chambering into a new cartridge that shares the same bore size. We will test fire to prove the chamber. Feeding alterations, major engraving changes, and metal refinishing are not included in the price.
Standard Calibers - $225
Custom Caliber - $275
Sako Extractor/M16 Installation
Installation of a Sako/M16 type extractor. Price includes both parts and labour.
Reduces the weight of the action by slabbing/octagonalizing the receiver.
Skeletonize Bolt Handle
This is a weight reduction in bolt handles while minimizing the effect on their structural integrity.
Stock finishes range from standard paint ($175), wood stock finish ($250), and custom paint camo colours ($100 per colour, minimum charge of $300).
Check out available finishes here!
Interested in getting some gunsmithing work done? Contact us today!