The Gold Standard of Accuracy

If you're looking to pepper the broad side of a barn at 100 yards, you're in the wrong place. If you're looking for a rifle capable of tight groups at 500 yards or busting clays at 1,000 yards, you're in the right place!

Custom builds generally range in cost between $3,000 - $5,000 and, for obvious reasons, quotes must be given on an individual basis. We require a deposit for parts on all custom builds. We guarantee that all full custom builds will shoot .75 MOA or better before leaving our shop! Our expectation and experience is that they will shoot much better than that.

Don't have time to wait for a custom order?
Please check our site often as we will be advertising full custom-built rifles for sale as our workload permits. We have not been able to stock a custom inventory as they leave as soon as we can build them!


A full-custom build is a sacred thing to us - personally and professionally. We are a small shop, but still believe there is a place in the shooting community for highly specialized, hand-made rifles. CNC machining has simplified many aspects of production and parts manufacturing. However, it is my belief as the gunsmith building your rifle that there is no replacement for the "feel" that comes with the manual machining and hand-fitting of these parts when making a rifle. I realize that there are shops out there who feel just as strongly about their building methods as I do. I am not here to argue...I am simply here to build the absolute best custom rifles available; and, I will never stop pursuing the cutting edge of accuracy. It is my pledge and my promise. And since there is only one set of hands building our rifles from start to finish, it takes only one call to speak with the one person who will be responsible for building your dream rifle or your competition piece. I guarantee .75 MOA on all full custom builds; however, I have yet to turn out a rifle that would not shoot in the .3's for five shots using appropriate loads. Will your new Precision Matters rifle do that? If you can "listen" to what the rifle tells you and reload accordingly, I'd say "yes".

-J. Carlton Chapman
Owner, Gunsmith