FAQs - GUNSMITHING
Q: How do I contact you?
A: Email is my preferred method of contact. It allows thought out, and if
necessary, researched responses.
Q: Why don't you list a phone number?
A: I have hearing loss and keep irregular hours.
Q: How can I have work done on my Firearm Parts?
A: If you are having basic work done, you can use one of the order forms
on the page.
Otherwise email me to discuss the improvements you want done. Print out
the order form (making additions if needed).
Please fill out the order form legibly. Ship your firearm parts along with
the order form and payment. When they arrive, I
complete the work and return your firearm as soon as is reasonably
Q: How do I pay?
A: Personal Check or Money Order made payable to: Don Haney is the
preferred method of payment.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Not at this time.
Q: Do you accept trades or barter?
A: Occasionally, please feel free to let me know what you wish to offer.
Q: Can I ship my full Firearm or receiver to you?
A: No. I no long accept full firearms or receivers by shipment. I will
work on them on a walk in basis (
to arrange a time)
Q: How do I ship firearm parts to you?
A: US Post Office is the best way to ship parts (no receiver) to me.
USPS packages are placed in a locked container until I retrieve them.
UPS or FedEx often leave packages unsecured at the front door (even if
someone is there to accept it) Packages the require a signature may be
delayed for 1 or more days until I can go pick them up.
Q: Can I drop off and pick up my firearm if I am in the area?
A: Sure. (
to arrange a time)
Q: How long will it take to get my gun back?
A: Turnaround time varies widely depending on volume of business and the
complexity of work you are having done. Estimated current turnaround time
is shown on the
page. Note these are estimated times, not guaranteed times. Turnaround time is the time from when your gun arrives until it is
shipped back, not including transit time.
Q: Do you sell guns?
A: Not normally, but I occasionally list a fewe items on GunBroker.com
Q: How durable is Duracoat?
A: I think it is pretty good stuff or I wouldn't be using it. ALL finishes
will eventually show wear.