Going to go out on a limb here and state that I believe we will be back up and operational before the end of August (yes, this year) and possibly July. To my customers who have stuck by me through this transition, thank you! I refused to cut corners on my shop as I refuse to cut corners on my guns. As soon as we are taking in work, I plan to develop several additional offerings to our usual custom and refinish services. Most significant is true color case hardening, not the chemical short cut but actual color case services. We have all the equipment and material and have numerous successes under our belt but I’m still not comfortable applying this process to some one else’s firearm. That will change in the next few months.
Another service in the works is engraving. Typically it takes years to develop this skill, and this is no different. As time progresses we will know more about this offering.
I believe color case hardening may be available in about 6 months. Engraving, well that is yet to be determined.
We will still be offering custom 1911 pistol builds, precision bolt action rifle builds, and professional firearms restoration services.
We will update on re-opening as a date can be better solidified. Until then, I’m sweeping saw dust and cleaning paint brushes instead of metal chips and cutting tools as I prefer.
Shop renovations continue, COVID and Material costs have caused us a lot of delays but we are rounding out the exterior work and need to refine some interior items and machine tool renovations. In the next month we should be able to predict a grand reopening date, starting to look like early fall possibly September timeframe but don’t quote me on that. We will have several retail offerings at that time, such as ammo and firearms, as well as possibly representation from DSSA as well as DGR on one or more days. Stay tuned as we get closer to the end of August.
We have a shipment of ammo and handguns expected in the coming days. Although we are not accepting gunsmith work and the shop is in COMPLETE disarray, we are still offering some limited sales to off-set the cost of not doing any gunsmith work right now. We will post a new link to what we have for sale on this page once our shipment arrives and are ready to list. Stay tuned.
Shop renovation is underway. Don’t have a solid reopen date yet but will try and post regular announcements once we have a better idea for when we can begin accepting work again.
We are working on an article for publication in American Gunsmith Journal which details Bob Marvel’s Class in Nebraska. Once published we will notify here.
Likewise, we plan to publish a method in American Gunsmith Journal regarding the use of data logging accelerameters for the diagnosis of pistols. More to follow. Dale
We continually work through the data as our function testing diagnostic system develops, therefore once our process is complete we will give more details. Until then, we work on perfecting our knowledge and expand the platforms we are diagnosing with our method.
MORE TO FOLLOW.
We are doing everything in our ability to keep up with contacts, however, we need your help! PLEASE DON’T CALL! EMAIL US
Many Thanks to Ed and Elliot at JEM Guns LLC. Paid the factory a visit today and they were very hospitable. Check them out at:
NEWS FLASH!: Annis Arms is developing a procedure for evaluating Automatic pistol function via attached digital data logging sensors. We have several studies underway which will allow us to test the viability to evaluate several current and past 1911 pistol modifications which may (or may not) have a direct effect on feeding/reliability…. More to follow on this major undertaking.
Major news flash: My mentor Bob Marvel is setting up a 1911 course in his home state of Nebraska. Anyone interested, who missed the opportunities in North Carolina is encouraged to enroll now.
Its a great opportunity for those who wish to learn the way from a master…..
Contact info updates:
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