Wyoming Armory

Wyoming Armory has historically stood for the best in fine firearms and accoutrements for the discriminating sportsman. Whether your interest lies with competitive shooting, hunting or collecting, Wyoming Armory offers prompt service, outstanding quality and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Employee owned and operated, Wyoming Armory specializes in all facets of firearm repair and restoration or in building that one-of–a kind custom firearm that you have always dreamed about.

We have an inventory of quality vintage and modern firearms along with related accoutrements. If you are looking for a fine American single shot or a top-of-the-line bolt action sporting rifle then check out our inventory on this web site. If you are interested in building a custom rifle from scratch our Master Gunsmith, Keith Kilby, can assist you in planning all aspects of your project. Keith is also extremely experienced in the restocking, restoration and gunsmithing of fine rifles.

Wyoming Armory also offers complete metal preparation and restoration. As a Master Bladesmith, Keith Kilby specializes in proper bone charcoal case hardening as well as the welding, striking and polishing of all gun metal. Keith’s extensive experience in metal working is your assurance that your firearm will be properly restored and carrying a shop finish that rivals the original. Wyoming Armory also offers custom rust bluing and browning as well as Nitre or Charcoal bluing. Period correct metal finishes are a specialty of our shop.

We also offer a complete re-barreling service using your new barrel or one from our in-house inventory. If you would like to restore an original barrel to shooting condition we carry a complete line of Schoyen-style barrel liners manufactured from 4130 armory-grade steel, in calibers from .22 to .50; relining .22 rimfires is a particular specialty at Wyoming Armory.

Stock repair and replacement is another service offered at Wyoming Armory. Restoring and repairing old stock wood is a particular specialty; we can make that old abused stock look and feel like new again.

The watch-word at Wyoming Armory is “service”… prompt service. We understand that your firearm is special and that you want it fixed right the first time. A satisfied customer is our best advertising and we will make every effort to get your project done correctly and on time. You have our word on it.

WYOMING ARMORY has been very busy since we opened in August 2015. So busy that we are just now getting around to updating our web site. There are a number of high grade consignment firearms in the RIFLES part of the FIREARMS pull down menu to include both original and contemporary Model 1885's and Ballards. Some of them are excellent Schutzen rifles. Look for the listings marked with * NEW * We will be adding more consignment firearms in the next few days. Be sure to take a look and call or email us if you have any questions about them.

We are finishing up the backordered Model 1885's with six of them delivered and the remaining five in various stages of completion. We are going to be accepting a very limited number of orders for new Model 1885's in the near future. We are also working on three Model 1885 rifles, which will be for sale, using both original Low Wall and Winder actions that we are making expressly for .22 BPCR Silhouette competition. Call or email for details about them.

We are continuing to rebarrel and rechamber rifles, reline barrels, repair and restore firearms and build custom order precision bolt action rifles with an emphasis on F-Class Competition and Tactical rifles. We have added Cerakoteā„¢ surfacing to our metal finishing services.

Finally, we have been doing a lot of traditional Bone Charcoal Pack Color Case Hardening. Wyoming Armory is proud to announce that we will be doing the color case hardening on the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum's Centennial Winchester Model 1873 rifle which is a collaboration of the museum, Winchester, Navy Arms, Wyoming Armory and Baron Technology. Check it out at www.codygun.com ! Also, we are now color case hardening the frames and receivers of Ruger Blackhawks, Vaqueos, Ruger Number 1's, 1911 slides and frames and other modern firearms as well. 2016 is shaping up to be a very busy year!

The Wyoming Armory contact information is: Phone: (307) 527-4570 & Email: wyomingarmorypf@qwestoffice.net

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to call or email the owners: George Joest: Cell Phone - (307) 899-2280 or Email - gjoest@gmail.com ----- George Dillman: Cell Phone - (870) 665-9869 or Email - gdillman@q.com.

Thank you for your business and we are looking forward to serving you.