One question we always get is where did we get started? The answer many times will surprise people. Dad began in the basement of a rented home back in 1974. At that time, it was known as Tom's Gun Bluing Shop. Dad excelled at bluing but it was more than that back then. His business also included repairs and all-around gunsmithing, which would serve him well in later years as our business evolved into full-scale manufacturing.
The new Mamba-X and Mamba-TFX pistol configurations utilize our new LLV-4X upper which has multiple hole mounting locations allowing for a variety of popular red dots to be mounted directly to the top of the upper.
The Extended Bolt Release for the Ruger® MK IV™ 22/45™ CNC-machined from 416 stainless and extends .050" further than the factory release. This .050" extension combined with the improved ergonomic flat design of this release is an improvement that every target shooter is looking for.
In this video we sit down with a few members of Team Volquartsen, our competitive shooting team. We learn what competing means to them, what the community around competitive shooting is like, and why they choose Volquartsen.
Whether you are looking to clean your compensator or want to temporarily remove it to install a suppressor, if you own a Scorpion, Black Mamba, or our LLV upper you will at some point need to know how to remove the compensator. It's a straightforward process however we do still receive questions from customers not wanting to risk any sort of damage to their pistol.
This video will guide you through reassembly of the TG2000 trigger group and get you back on the range.
Most rimfires have a bad rap that they need to be kept in pristine condition in order to function properly. When in fact, we have found most shooters overclean their rimfires!
Customizing your Ruger® 22 Charger™ just became even more fun with our VF-6 and VF-9 barrels!
"I have a Ruger® MK IV™ and want to upgrade it. Where do I start?" Our answer is always the same - the Accurizing Kit for the Ruger® MK IV™!
Effective, Monday March 15th, we will no longer be utilizing USPS as a shipping option. The number of delays, lack of updates, and no clear resolution on these ongoing shipping issues has forced us to back to using UPS as our primary shipping company.