A Georgia gunsmith is not an armorer, many people appear to confuse the two. A gunsmith has the capabilities to make factory authorized repairs in a fashion that is to industry standards. They may make alterations or modifications to your firearm that an armorer is not normally capable of doing. A qualified gunsmith will be skilled in various trades such as ballistics, engraving, and have a working knowledge tools and processes that many machinists use.
Today’s gunsmiths may offer various services such as parkerizing, applying ceracoat coatings, engraving, or even something as extreme as changing the caliber of your firearm or building you a custom firearm that meets your specifications and needs.
Georgia Gun Repair Services
Services offered may vary from shop to shop but some of the more common Georgia gun repairs may be:
Clearing bore obstructions
Checking for improper head-space
Replacing your firing pin
Checking and correcting timing issues
Installing factory replacement parts
Repair feeding, ejection and firing problems
From firearms repairs to restorations, a qualified smiths main goal is to insure that your firearm functions properly and is in a safe operational condition.
Having honed their skills through years of education and experience the most highly trained and sought after are normally found through referral of family or friends. For more information on your firearms repair feel free to contact any of the Georgia gunsmiths listed below.
Georgia Gunsmithing Schools
Gain the skills a starting gunsmith needs in as little as four months. Penn Foster offers an online course that will teach you the basic skills of gun repair, customization and restoration. This course is both regionally and nationally accredited. This course is approved for Veterans Education Benefits.
Eagle Gun Range
109 Woodfield Dr
Macon, Ga 31210
478 – 757- 4867
5918 Coca Cola Blvd
3021 E. Victory Dr.
Savannah, GA 31404
Moss Pawn Shop
6382 Old Dixie Hwy
Jonesboro, GA 30236