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Robert's Gunsmithing Inc.

​Licensed FFL Dealer in Redmond serving Central Oregon

Services provided by a Licensed and Certified Master  Gunsmith

Cleaning Services

However you use your firearm; hunting, concealed carry, plinking, competition, or just target practice, your firearm needs to be kept in good working order.

Sight and Scope

A firearm is only as good as its sight picture. Whether for target or hunting, I can bore sight your firearm to give you the best possible chance to hit the mark.

Repair

Malfunctions happen. If your firearm needs to get back up and going, I can get the parts you need to get back to the range. Often in just a few days

Refinishing

Some houses need a new coat of paint and sometimes stocks need a new finish. Maybe an old one is bathed in cosmoline. I can give it a clean new look.

More Services

I do more than just cleaning

Pistol Smithing

More than just replacing parts. Fine tuning and increasing reliability.  Customize to make it easier to use. Repairs as necessary.

Rifle Smithing

The centerfire rifle is an American hunting tradition. More than just keeping these tools clean, they need to be occasionally sighted in and accurized.

Shotgun Smithing

Trap, skeet hunting or the occasional pumpkin. No matter what you use your shotgun for; a fine gun makes the game that much more fun.

Rimfire Smithing

Whether it’s plinking, small game, or Rimfire challenge. Rimfire guns are some of the most versatile and customizable. Let’s make yours a favorite

Firearms Safety

Safety is always first and foremost.  Always follow the safety rules.

See the full list at;

NRA Gun Safety

Safety Rules

ALWAYS Keep The Gun Pointed In A Safe Direction

This is the primary rule of gun safety. Common sense dictates the safest direction, depending on different circumstances.

ALWAYS Keep Your Finger Off The Trigger Until Ready To Shoot

When holding a gun, rest your finger alongside the frame and outside the trigger guard. Until you are actually ready to fire, do not touch the trigger.

ALWAYS Keep The Gun Unloaded Until Ready To Use

If you do not know how to open the action or inspect the chamber(s), leave the gun alone and get help from someone who does.