Frequently Asked Questions
We custom make most of our gear to order. Generally we get all orders out in 2 to 3 weeks. We push as hard as we can to get your order out as soon as possible and have never gone over the 3 week time. When your order does ship, you will get another email with the tracking information.
It really depends. Try and order your gear as soons as possible. Contact us and let us know what you have going on. We can try and shuffle it around, but most of the time we cannot as there are steps of making the cover that need to cure and dry.
If you need to change an order, please contact us right away. There is a small window when we can still change your order. Once it goes into production, it is harder to change depending on what you need. The best thing to do is make sure you order the correct item first.
Yes, we can make a cover for just about anything. This includes the non-round suppressors like the SilencerCo Osprey or OSS octagon.
All of our gear is handmade here in New Hampshire. We pride ourselves in only using US labor, and using as much US materials as possible.
Yes, we do. Please contact us from a department or agency email and we will share how to go about this.
Probably not. Roughly you need at least .25” all around to get the cover to fit. Most handguards do not have this much clearance.
We do custom gear requests. Email us with as much information about what you need as possible. Please keep in mind there is a lot of time and money that goes into designing and prototyping. We have an hourly shop rate of $85 per hour that we bill to make custom gear plus materials. After we look over your request we will have an estimate and you are required to pay upfront before the job is started.
This really depends on what application you are using the cover for. Our HTP is the highest temperature rated cover. This is the only cover that we recommend for semi-auto’s, SBR’s, and other rapid fire type shooting. If you are looking for a cover for bolt action precision style shooting to mitigate mirage, then our Python and Metal Python are good choices. The HTP does do a slightly better job on the longer strings of fire, but it is not needed for most bolt action shooting. The Baby Python is designed for smaller rimfire cans.
Contact us with your original order information. We have a couple different options and we always take care of our customers.
Most of the time we use USPS for smaller orders. Sometimes FedEx or UPS is cheaper for the larger orders and we use them from time to time.
Our best method is through email on our contact us page. We try and get back to you as soon as possible.