In 2010 I began merging some of my talents with metal and wood working into a new hobby of firearms building. This type of work is all in the details. Though firearms were designed as a weapon, and tool for killing, they show a great restraint in control. The fact that you are holding a controlled explosion in your hand is a miracle. Then
to expand that with controlling a projectile to hit a specific point up to a mile away, the firearm is a work of art. Firearms have come a long way from our primitive wooden stick to a masterpiece of modern engineering.
At some point my dream job would be to armorer the sets of major motion pictures. I have been building and collection firearms, and replicas over the last few years, and have even been able to use a few of them on local productions. In 2016 I finished schooling in becoming a modern gun smith, while finishing six parts kit builds to fully functional weapons. As my job pays more I always invest in myself by building much more complicated and heavier arms. Below are a few of my finished arms, and a few of my future projects.