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GUN RESTORATION SERVICE

GUN PARTS RESTORATION SERVICE

BABY LUGER CONVERSIONS

LUGER CARBINE CONVERSION

WALTHER P-38K CONVERSION

Barrel and Parts replacement

Wood stock and Grips restoration

Rust Blue Finish
The most durable finish on the market today!

Also available:

Straw Coloring/Heat-Treating

Fire Blue Finish/Heat-Treating
 (small parts only)

 

Specializing in German Luger Pistols ,  Mauser Broomhandles and Other WWI and WWII Firearms restoration, refinish and gunsmithing.

Average cost of one restoration is :

Luger Restoration

Luger Army P-08 $550 Sample

Luger Navy $575 Sample

Luger Artillery LP-08 $575 Sample

Luger 1906 Grip Safety $600 Sample

Luger 1902 1906 Carbine: $800 Sample
 Mauser Restoration

Mauser Broomhandle C96 $550 Sample

Mauser Carbine C96 $750 Sample
Other Models Restoration

Browning Hi Power $550 Sample

Webley Revolver $550 Sample

Nambu T-14 $550 Sample

German Reich Revolver $575 Sample

Other Guns $575 Sample

add $35 for shipping the firearm back.

Price depends on the condition of the firearm. 

I reserve a right to refuse the project if I find that the result product will not satisfy the customer , due to original condition of the firearm. Usually if metal is heavily pitted, it's imposable to restore the gun in the reasonable amount of time and to the customers satisfaction.


 

Parts Restoration

Rust Blue

Straw Coloring/Heat-Treating

Fire Blue Finish/Heat-Treating
 (small parts only)

Prices Listed are per  part

 

Parts Restoration

Rust Blue Finish $45

Straw Finish $35

Fire Blue Finish $35
Numbers and Symbols

Two Digit Number $35

Four Digit Number $45

Letter Restoration $45

Webley Revolver $45

One Proof Restoration $40

Special Symbol Restoration $50

Georg Luger Stamp $75

add $10 for shipping parts back

$35 for shipping firearm back.

Final price will very based on the condition of the parts. 


 

Baby Luger Conversion
The Dream of every Luger Collector

Converted to the exact specifications of
a personal firearm of George Luger himself.

 

For a sample of the conversion please click on the link below:

BABY LUGER :$995


Price of the conversion includes: Shortening of the following: Barrel, Frame, Grips and one Magazine. Also included are full restoration of the converted firearm and a test firing to insure reliable operation. 

Cost of the work does not include the price of Luger used in the conversion.

 

Barrel and Parts replacement

Barrels are subject to availability (Currently in stock-original German Barrels). Replacement of one barrel includes a removal of original barrel and installation and head spacing of a new barrel. Price of service $100, barrel not included.

Replacement and repair of other parts are subject to parts availability. Price of service depends on type of parts. Call for details.

 

Restoration of Artillery and

Navy Wood Board Stock

Service includes a complete removal of old finish, varnish and oil. General wood cleaning. Application of fresh finish. Natural wood colors preserved. No stain is used in the process. Only natural oil.

For a sample of the restoration please click on the link below:

Artillery Stock :$250

Broomhandle Mauser Stock :$250

 

Luger Carbine Conversion

Service includes a complete fully assembled and tested conversion. 

16.5 inch 9mm Luger barrel. Front ramp sight and reproduction carbine 4 position rear site. Forward grip attaching iron and wood forearm with cross bar pin for forearm attachment and brass wood inserts. Rear detachable carbine style stock. Checkering on forearm and rear stock. Carbine is test fired before shipping.

Listed price does not include a donor luger.
DWM 1920-1923 Commercial models available.

For a sample of the conversion please click on the link below:

Luger Carbine 1920 Model :$3400

 

Walther P38k Conversion
 

For a sample of the conversion please click on the link below:

Baby Walther P38k :$900

Price of the conversion includes: Shortening of the following: Barrel, Frame, Grips and one Magazine. Also included are full restoration of the converted firearm and a test firing to insure reliable operation. 

Cost of the work does not include the price of Walther P-38 used in the conversion.

 

Last Updated on June 20 , 2014