Crystal Creek Guns
Items not normally part of the rifle stock or handgun receiver that are subject to excessive wear such as trigger guards, floor plates, bolts or ram rods, can be dipped for an additional cost but can not be warranted. This cost will be determined and discussed at the time of inspection.
An additional cost for pre-treatment may be added if the gun has had any type of tape, paint, any other adhesion or special coating that has to be removed before our refinishing process.
Dipping scopes is at the owner’s risk. Check with your manufacturer first since the scope must be fully submerged in water. Although we take extra care when processing a scope, they can not be warranted.
Your firearm should be disassembled for us to do our finishing process. If not disassembled, a fee will be charged for both disassemble and reassembling of your firearm.
Additional items not gun related that you want processed, will be individually quoted on.