This 28 gu H&R was restored with repairs to the original stock which had fractured in two directions
Ljungman M42B Swedish military issue
Sporterized M42B including shortening of barrel and magazine with sport front sight and ebony accents

Model 1897 Winchester 12 gu restoration


’94 Winchester with upgraded walnut stock



Weatherby Vanguard with Claro Walnut stock with rosewood accents



Model 66 Mauser in .375 H & H restocked and re-checkered



Walnut wash stand restored using all original parts — awaiting stone top


1920’s style china cabinet fitted to narrow space; new construction


Baikal Break Action Single shot 12 gu. Full restoration of wood and steel. All black wood with Arma-Coated barrel and action


Old fashioned solid fir pedestal table with insert; designed to seat 12; new construction


The Cooey model 84 enjoyed wide use in its time and is a favorite restoration project for many who just want to preserve its legacy


Antique eastern Canadian wash stand restored using all original wood


This magazine fed BRNO #5  .22 was provided with a stock re-finish and fitted with a scope to maintain its high value and excellent quality.


Full wood and steel restoration of Model 94 Winchester



Harrington and Richardson guns were known for their quality and reliability. This folding single shot 20 gu. has been fully restored preserving the heat treated receiver.


The Swedish Model 96 Mauser makes and excellent sporter and deer rifle like this one equipped with the original wood and purple heart fore-end cap. The wolf head inlay covers the site of the original calibration plate found on the military issue.


On this sporterized Swedish Mauser,  the red-dot sight was placed forward of the bolt to allow for easy access to the military-issue safety. It was stocked in zebrawood, glass bedded and fitted with purple heart fore-end and pistol grip cap to make and attractive one-of-a-kind.


On this  ’96 Mauser, the steel was sandblasted and Arma-Coated to resemble stainless, and the stock was coated in black. Original beechwood stock was retained for this sporterization. The English style stock makes this an attractive, well-handing deer rifle.


The P17 Eddystone has long been a popular gun for sporterizing. This one was fitted with a new stock, ebony butt plate, checkered and re-blued. An attractive ‘period’ scope rounds out the picture