Gun Build Pricing

Do you have any “gun parts kits” lying around your garage? Let GunWorks build them into a functioning sporting firearm for you.

Click the link to see the build process:

All parts kits must include:

  • Rivets
  • Barrel
  • Receiver flat

If you do not have these items, GunWorks can provide them for you at an extra cost.

I have four (4) AK Packages. Contact me for current pricing plus shipping/handling.

Package 1 includes:

Any variant fixed stock matching #’s AKM/AK74 kit. Complete build including headspace check & test fire. Demill, degrease, media blast, parkerize, and Dura Coat series AK black finish. (Customer supplies complete matching #’s kit, correct receiver, and also a total of 6 US-made compliant parts.)

Package 2 includes:

Any variant, or any type of folding stock matching #’s AKM/AK74 Kit. Complete build including headspace check & test fire. Demill, degrease, media blast, parkerize, and Dura Coat series AK black finish. (Customer supplies complete matching #’s kit, correct receiver, and also a total of 6 US-made compliant parts.)

Package 3 includes:

Upgrade your wobbly WASR-10 fixed stock rifles to a proper receiver with dimples, weld & lap in new receiver rails, press your barrel into the original trunnion, check headspace & test fire.  Clean, media blast. Your original receiver will be returned to you with your gun. This package does NOT include a new receiver and finish will be an extra fee.

Package 4 includes:

Have a kit with a non-matching or virgin barrel? Prices include labor for kit assembly with a barrel that will require the headspace set, pin holes machined for headspace, for rear sight block, gas block, front sight base, gas port drilled, and notch for hand guard retainer. Clean, media blast, parkerize and Dura Coat series AK black finish.

If you do not have the correct receiver for your parts kit…

  • GunWorks can bend a flat into a receiver for you for an extra fee.
  • Economy receiver will be bent and will have proper dimples and rails welded in for a fee.
  • Deluxe receiver will be a receiver with proper dimples. We will install customer-supplied trunnions, weld and heat treat rails, and ream hammer and trigger pin holes to proper size.
  • Finish work will be extra.
  • Any bent receivers or parts kits completed into a functioning firearm MUST be shipped to an FFL dealer in your area, in order to transfer the gun back to you.

Custom caliber conversions on Mosin Nagants to .45-70 or .444 Marlin

Any customer-supplied Mosin Nagant rifle or carbine will get a brand new barrel and new stock. The bolt face will be machined to accept the larger-size cartridge case. The magazine well will be milled out for reliable feeding, and magazine modifications and the new bolt handle will be supplied. The gun metal will be prepped for bluing or for a Dura Coat finish based on customer request. I do not keep these guns in stock for shipping; these are built on customer-supplied firearms. Click the link below to see the conversion process….

Other custom built guns are available. Contact the shop for details.

Contact the shop BEFORE you send any parts for assembly! Please see Shipping Information page for address.

 

Coming soon! AK-style sporting arms will be availabe in non-standard custom calibers. Contact the shop for details.

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John Moore February 17, 2012 at 12:38 AM

Just watch your video on your AK style sporting what would be the cost of converting my WASR 10 into one of yours?
Thanks,
John

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Doug Bown February 17, 2012 at 1:06 PM

I am curious about the same thing that John Moore was asking. I have a WASR 10 as well and although I do love my AK 47 I sure would like the upgrades that you were talking about,like the non rattle and ease of changing mags, so just curious what it would cost to get it done there.

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mike stuntz March 20, 2012 at 12:28 PM

Hi, I just saw you video on the gsg 1911, 22 cal with the steel replacement for the plastic. Can you give me a price on the new steel guide road? plus shipping. thanks and have a great day.

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Jim Green, Gunsmith March 24, 2012 at 7:30 PM

These rods are $ 30 USD including shipping CONUS only

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Dennis Fitzsimmons April 9, 2012 at 8:12 AM

Do you provide the KP 44 bolt semi-mod if provided the bolt? If so how much & when can you do it? Thanks, Dennis

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Jim Green, Gunsmith April 14, 2012 at 1:17 PM

No Sir, I have no parts source for KP-44 bolts. But I can modify YOURS if you’d like to contact me at the shop.

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Bill Pruitt June 4, 2012 at 4:57 PM

Jim,
Lots of comments on your website on new fangledy guns, but do you do anything with old ones? I am looking for someone to thread, chamber (32/40) headspace, and crown a Green Mountain octagon barrel to fit on a Falling Block Works Model J action. I will need 4 holes drilled and tapped on the top flat for scope blocks and a dove tail on the botttom flat to mount the forearm.

Can you give me an idea of the charges or call me for details?

You were recommended on the Cast Boolits Forum, so you can’t be all bad.

Thanks,

Bill Pruitt
417-425-9739

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Jeff June 24, 2012 at 12:01 PM

Hello Jim i have a Parts kit for a 1988 Tula AK74SU (5.45×39) that needs put together.
it has a 8″ virgin US barrel and a fake suppressor that will need drilled and pinned to make it legally 16″. I will have all 922 parts and a flat that will need bent and heat treated. Can you give me a estimate to complete the build?

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Phillip Keeney July 26, 2012 at 10:56 AM

I have a m1 that has a bad barrel, I need a m1 3006 barrel match if I could get one for a change out. how much for a barrel and change out if I ship it to you?

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Brian August 3, 2012 at 4:27 PM

Hello, I have a mak90 all matching # , I stumbled across you videos and website, can I send this AK to you and have it reworked back to when it did when it arrived in the states new, it’s a little rough nothing major, I would love to have this thing look new again. What would be you cost for this.

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Jim Green, Gunsmith August 3, 2012 at 10:22 PM

The only thing I can legally do to this particular gun is to reblue it and refinish the stock. It would be illegal for me to put any aftermarket stocks or grips on the gun despite the fact the Assault Weapons Ban is now gone. Ruling per ATF, sorry, 922 still applies to this gun.

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Jimmy Cox August 3, 2012 at 8:38 PM

I would like to know if you can trouble shoot a Browning FN 1922 for me and how much. it shoots but the Magazine is hard to put in and take out. The safety does not stay in position either. I had it Parkerized and a new rehab spring put in it. Please contact me as soon as possible. I also have a Iver Johnson Top Break revolver that I bought as a kit gun in pieces that is a little out of my league. If you would care to tackle this one too,Id like to get it Parkerized too. Thanking you in advance.

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Michael Reid August 24, 2012 at 10:03 PM

Hello there. Do you also do work assembling the Romanian matching PSL Rifle kits? Thanks.

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Jim Green, Gunsmith January 26, 2013 at 8:22 PM

Do you have a receiver for it ?

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Leon Kaprinski September 5, 2012 at 8:27 AM

I have a Yugo AK-47 that has a frozen charging handle. I tried soaking it with wd-40 and working it with a rubber mallet. NG. Yes, I was shooting corrosive ammo and not cleaning it much. I am much more comfortable with taking down my AR’s. Can this gun be saved? What would the approx. cost be? I saw your field stripping video on the web and was impressed. You looked pretty comfortable with an AK and if I ever get it apart again, I’ll stop shooting junk and just use the winchester and pmc that I use in my ar-15 that shoots 7.62×39. Keep up the good work.

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Tyler Cerajewski September 15, 2012 at 1:07 AM

I just wanted to say that I’m very impressed with your work and the time you take to ensure quality. I’m very glad we still have people like you who work on guns with this degree of craftsmanship. Also, thank you for your service to our country.

-Tyler

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austin christesson September 30, 2012 at 10:48 PM

Just seen your video about building a ak47. If I was to send you a bent receiver could you heat treat it.

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Jim Green, Gunsmith October 5, 2012 at 1:07 PM

Yes Sir, I can.

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Dana Leavenworth October 15, 2012 at 7:06 AM

Just viewed you tear down of the Ruger 44 mag carbine, very informative and helpful.
My father-in-law sent me this rifle but during shipping from New Hampshire to Texas the stock got broken in several places. Is it possible that you might have a replacement stock for this rifle? Or do you know where I might be able to get a replacement?

Thanks for the video and any assistance you may be able to provide.

Yankee in Texas

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Jim Green, Gunsmith November 18, 2012 at 11:18 PM

You might be able to find a nice one from Boyd’s Gun Stocks.

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BRYAN KAYE November 5, 2012 at 9:41 PM

I HAVE A TRAP DOOR 1873 THAT NEEDS A STOCK ,CAN YOU TEL ME WHERE I COULD FIND ONE . THANK YOU BRYAN

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Jim Green, Gunsmith November 15, 2012 at 8:07 PM

Check with Dixie Gun Works in TN. They have them.

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Glen messer November 19, 2012 at 11:23 AM

I’m needing a quality steel replacement guide rod for a browning 1911-22. The original is plastic. If so, what is the price plus shipping and turn around time?

Kind regards,

Glen

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Jim Green, Gunsmith January 26, 2013 at 8:16 PM

$30 including the flat rate shipping anywhere in the US

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Grant November 19, 2012 at 7:53 PM

Mr. Green, You have probably anwered this question before but do you build a complete AK? I am really impressed with your work and would be interested in a built
AK from yourself.

Southerner here saying hello!

Grant

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Jim Green, Gunsmith November 19, 2012 at 8:36 PM

Yes Sir, I do offer a complete AK rifle in standard calibers of your choice. What type of stock, and what finish would you like ?

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Jessie Green November 29, 2012 at 1:37 AM

Hi Jim,
I am from Hickory N.C. (born in Hildebran) I have a century arms FAL what would you charge to put on a new barrel.
P.S. I am a former Navy Vet.
Jessie Green

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Allan January 26, 2013 at 1:10 AM

Hello Mr. Green, I have the same question As grant, Standard Ak rifle, id be fitting it with tapco furniture and trigger so price your price on the rest?
Thanks,

Allan

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Jim Green, Gunsmith January 26, 2013 at 8:01 PM

Clock the link on the home page that says “Gun Build Pricing”.

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Josh King April 30, 2013 at 11:20 PM

Hello, Mr. Jim
I have a 1921 Russian Mosin Nagant Hex Rec Ex-Dragoon. Im looking for a cudtom scope mount everything iv tried has failed terribly the only one iv found that would work is the Advancedrifleparts.com mount however my rear sight block is missing and i believe the 3/8 dove tails to be off center. Also im not very…. well i not sure how to put this but using a $.70 hose clamp as the anchor point to hold solid, i dnt have much faith in the idea.

Please Help
Josh King
Hampstead, MD 21074
443-536-4151

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Jim Green, Gunsmith May 2, 2013 at 7:29 AM

Check into getting a scope mount from JMeck.

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Ron Covey May 12, 2013 at 7:13 AM

I have a vintage winchester 73, chambered for 38-40, when I bought it I took off both side plates and oiled the toggle area well. I let the oil soak in for a couple of weeks, and cycled the action often. When I fired the winchester it wouldn’t cycle any more than one round at a time. Any more than one round she’d jam. At first it didn’t even want to cycle even one. The more I shot it it seemed to loosen up. After it warmed up from about twenty rounds shot throught it, I could see dirt and grime between the carrier block and bolt area. When I got it back home I took it apart except for the magazine tube and fore arm. This old girl was filthy dirty. The carrier block was so bad that I scrubbed it with hot soapy water, and a knucle brush. I used a tooth pick on the other ridge areas and used lots of WD-40. Not rusty just a hundred years of grime. I didn’t notice any area where there was any excessive wear, except on the right side of the carrier where the shells are loaded in from the loading gate. I thought that area was worn, but after looking of pictures of ones on line, I can’t tell if its wear or the way it was made. My question for you is, do you thing there’s something worn out, and needs replacing or this good cleaning might do it? In your opinion! I guess the best way to find out it to fire it again! I’m thinking the carrier block or the lifting lever area might be the problem? Any comment or ideas welcome. Do you sell parts? Thanks, Ron Covey

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Jim Green, Gunsmith May 30, 2013 at 12:51 PM

It sounds like you need to disassemble it and give it a very good cleaning. Unfortunately, I don’t stock any parts for these guns.

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gary whitmore May 30, 2013 at 12:33 PM

Jim. I have a colt m1892 like the one you took apart on a you tube video. I am missing the little nut on the extractor rod. can you get me one, and how much for it? Thanks and I enjoy your videos very much. Great work. Gary

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Jim Green, Gunsmith May 30, 2013 at 12:48 PM
Johnny Davis January 31, 2014 at 12:34 AM

Hey Brother nice to see another Marine from a different generation. I just got a few questions. I have been going to school to become a gunsmith, and while I have been going I have been having AR15, and AK build parties. I see that you are building the AKs from flats for your customers , how is that legal? I always thought that the individual had to build it for themselves? I do not got an FFL, and for now I am doing this as a non-profit things just for the love of firearms, and to teach others. Is there a way I can legally build the firearm for the individual, if so what do I got to do? I live in Maine as well so State law applies.
Thanks Brother, Semper Fi

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