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Note: Only carbon steel alloys can be bone charcoal color case hardened. Stainless steels, aluminum, etc. cannot be done. Steels that have been finished with DLC, Black Nitride, Parkerizing, etc. do not color case harden well and we do not recommend it. We do not recommend that some parts that have a thin cross section or are oddly shaped be color case hardened. If you have questions about your project, please call us for our opinion.

Prices do not include hand polishing or any other special metal surface preparation or for disassembly and reassembly. Those services are invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor. If you decide to polish the parts yourself, we recommend that you use 400 to 600 grit abrasives to finish.

Note: We do not usually bone charcoal color case harden bolt action receivers and never do bolts and barrels.

Single Action Frames
w/Loading Gate and Hammer


Semi-Auto Pistol Frames

Semi-Auto Pistol Slides

Most Single Shot Receiver Parts Sets

Boxlock Shotgun Receiver Parts Sets

Sidelock Shotgun Receiver Parts Sets






Small to Medium
Lever Action Parts Sets
Marlin 39, 93, 94, 336, Win 92, 94


Large Lever Action Parts Sets
Marlin 95, Win 73, 76, 86


Small Parts (Minimum Price)

Muzzle Loader Parts Sets



Lever Action (Receiver Only)

Lever Action (Hammer, Lever, Buttplate)



All other projects are Price on Request


Prices do not include hand polishing or any other necessary metal surface preparation or for disassembly and reassembly. Those services are invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor.



Barreled Action

Complete Rifle

Hand Guns

Handgun Frame Only

Handgun Slide Only









Prices do not include hand polishing or any other necessary metal surface preparation or for disassembly and reassembly. Those services are invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor.


Barreled Actions




Small Parts (Max. of 5)

Each Part Over 5




Prices do not include hand polishing or any other special metal surface preparation or for disassembly and reassembly. Those services are invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor. Any special multi-color combinations or special masking that is required is “Price on Request”.

Rifle or Shotgun Barrels

Barreled Actions

Complete Bolt Action Rifle

Complete Shotgun

Complete Handguns

Complete AR-15/10 Rifles

Single Parts – Minimum








All other projects are Price on Request


All “Price on Request” barreling and re-barreling price quotes are estimates only and the job will be invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor. The estimated prices include threading the tenon, indexing to the receiver, chambering, head spacing, extractor cuts, cutting to length and crowning. Some rough estimate prices are below: (Note: These prices DO NOT include the price of the barrel blank and for finishing the barrel - i.e. hand polishing, hot salt bluing, rust bluing, Cerakote, etc.)

Single Shot


Approximately $675.00 with a threaded muzzle

Bolt Action


Approximately $675.00 with a threaded muzzle


All “Price on Request” stocking and restocking price quotes are estimates only and the job will be invoiced at the actual number of hours of labor. Restocking includes hand inletting and a hand rubbed oil finish to fill in all wood pores.


Note: We usually use Marine-Tex for the bedding compound but will use whatever bedding compound the customer wants.

Invoiced at actual hours of labor plus materials, usually about $200.00


Price on Request - Usually $600.00 to 800.00


Repairing and Refinishing Stocks – Price on Request

Recoil Pad Installation (does not include the price of the recoil pad) - $95.00

Drill and Tap

Recrown Barrels

Check Headspace

Chamber Casting

Install Barrel Liners

Install Muzzle Break

Disassemble, Clean and Oil

$25.00 / hole Estimate Only

$125.00 Estimate Only



$475.00 and up P.O.R.

$125.00 + Muzzle Brake Estimate Only

$95.00 Estimate Only


Wyoming Armory Precision Firearms in Cody, Wyoming offers a full range of gunsmithing services for all types of firearms from flintlock and percussion rifles and pistols to single shot Winchester 1885s, shotguns, bolt action rifles, revolvers and modern semi-automatic pistols and semi-automatic rifles.

All gunsmithing services are performed by the same expert gunsmiths who build Wyoming Armory's renown custom Winchester 1885 type rifles and modern custom bolt action rifles.

Every job, no matter how small or large, is given the same level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that Wyoming Armory is famous for.

All service / gunsmithing pricing is subject to change and the condition of each individual gun being worked on. All pricing above reflects the minimum charges for the job described. Some jobs may be slightly higher based on the specific firearm. All return shipping and insurance charges will be determined and added to the final amount due. Payment is due at time of completion, before delivery. Some projects will require a 50% deposit. We reserve the right to refuse projects we deem as unsafe or guns brought in as “parts".

Please call us if you need any work done that is not listed here and we will help you out if at all possible.


Wyoming Armory has some replacement parts for the Ballard single shot rifle, as well as the Winchester Model 1885. Parts commonly in need of replacing such s firing pins, springs, sears, extractors, lever and breechblock screws, breechblock links and hammers are in stock. Small supplies of original production parts are available for restoration projects. Due to the nature of original 1800’s production olerances, replacement parts should be hand fit by a competent gunsmith. Give us a call with your needs and we will do our best to get your old Ballard or Highwall back into shooting condition.

Wyoming Armory specializes in the restoration of all single shot rifles, particularly Ballards, Stevens and Winchesters. We can give an estimate on the necessary parts and labor to restore your old single shot back to “match-ready” condition, including new stocks based on original patterns. Trouble shooting “cranky” rifles is a particular area of expertise; let us check over that newly acquired rifle for problems in bedding, barrel crowning, or chambering. We can evaluate your rifle and make recommendations as to correct bullet moulds and appropriate loads. Lining of old barrels is another service offered by Wyoming Armory. We can restore that old barrel to match condition with one of our 4130 armory-grade steel liners, hammer-rifled with Schoyen-style rifling in .22, .32, .38, .40 and .45 caliber. Collectively, we have years of experience in fine-tuning the single shot match rifle, all of which can be put at your disposal. Call us at 307-527-4570 for a personal quote on finishing your latest project.



In order to get the best accuracy out of your .22 LR rifle you must be willing to test ammo. Each individual rifle, each barrel, will have a preference. Some can be quite easy - others will be finicky.

Proper testing will require around 100 rounds of each ammo. Bear in mind that each lot number of ammo will be ever so slightly different and if you have a finicky barrel on lot will be great and another not so much.

.22 LR ammo also will have different lube formulas between manufacturers and possibly within a given brand. You must take this into account when you change ammo during testing. Shoot at least ten rounds of the ammo before shooting for group. If you clean between ammo groups it could require 20+ rounds before you can get valid groups. Ever seen a rifle perform better with last groups vs. first?

Once you have your selection of ammo & are ready to test, figure out a process and use the same process for each ammo. Same distance, same shots per group, same number of groups. I suggest a minimum of 5 - 5 shot groups. More shots per group and more groups might give you a better perspective - more data usually means it's more reliable.

I do my initial testing at 50 yards. I will shoot 5 - 5 shot groups with each ammo. I will shoot "foulers" between different ammos. Each group is measured to 3 decimal places and an average is calculated for each ammo. The top 3 or so will get another test, but at 100 yards. Most times a clear choice will emerge.

Do not assume the most expensive ammo will be the most accurate. Some barrels seem to like ammo from the mid-priced area and others even lower priced. You must understand accuracy required to be competitive for the sport you participate in. If accuracy required is generous you may get by with less expensive alternatives.

Needless to say the better conditions you shoot in, the more valid your results. Start with an open mind in regards to ammo choices. Sometimes you get lucky and the more affordable ammo will suit your needs. Once you find the magic ammo, stock up on it. Sometimes between required accuracy and quality of manufacturing, variations between lot numbers is insignificant. Once I decide on the ammo my gun prefers, I buy that ammo by the case.

Ammo that has worked in my rifles over the years: SK Std Plus, Wolf Match, Wolf Match Extra, Lapua Center X, Lapua Midas, RWS R50, RWS R100, Eley 10X, There are many others available which may justify testing. Ask around at your next event and get an idea about what's being used with success.



The trigger on your rifle was set and Loctited before leaving our shop. We do not recommend altering this adjustment. If your trigger requires adjustment at some point - “dry fire” set trigger with hammer fully down in the fired position.

The small screw between the triggers is the adjustment screw. There is only a small window of adjustment that allows triggers to function correctly. Turning screw in, clockwise, lessens engagement between the 2 triggers. Turning screw out, counterclockwise, increases engagement.

If the trigger will not set at all, screw is turned in too far. Back adjustment screw out till trigger sets, plus another 1/2+ turn.

With the hammer fully down, set triggers. Turn adjustment screw clockwise (in) until trigger releases. Turn 1/8 – 1/2 turn counterclockwise (out) and check function. This will be optimum setting. Loctite Adjustment screw with blue Loctite.

If you want to test, dry fire, from a hammer cocked situation, place a foam ear plug or Snap Cap between hammer and breech block. Letting hammer fall without a Snap Cap or a foam/rubber block to absorb impact has been known to lead to broken firing pins.


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