Gun Making

FAMARS USA

CRAFTING FINE ART BY HAND

Keeping with the tradition of our founders Mario Abbiatico and Remo Savinelli, we at FAMARS continue to create all of our firearms by hand. Taking a total of up to 2200 man hours from start to finish, each and every FAMARS produced has a certain uniqueness.

CRAFTING FINE ART

CRAFTING FINE ART BY HAND

Staying true to our tradition

THE RECEIVER

THE RECEIVER

RECEIVER

Every great firearm starts with a great receiver. Beginning with a 4’’ by 4’’ by 8’’ block of metal totaling in weight of x amount, watching it slowly get worked down many hours later to it finish size and weight only x lbs. ( weight changing depending on model and caliber)

RECEIVER

Every great firearm starts with a great receiver. Beginning with a 4’’ by 4’’ by 8’’ block of metal totaling in weight of x amount, watching it slowly get worked down many hours later to it finish size and weight only x lbs. ( weight changing depending on model and caliber)

RECEIVER

THE RECEIVER

BARRELS

The barrels are the most important part of any firearm. No matter it being a shotgun or rifle, all of our barrels are created and regulated the same, providing the best accuracy and highest quality control.

THE BARRELS

THE BARRELS

THE STOCK

THE STOCK

STOCK

We maintain a large selection of Circassian walnut blanks that can be picked by each and every client to make their gun building experience a little more personal. Our wood comes from the northern regions of Turkey being seasoned for over three years and air dried. Stock shapes and sizes can vary by client, being bent and crafted to become your perfect fit.

THE STOCK

We maintain a large selection of Circassian walnut blanks that can be picked by each and every client to make their gun building experience a little more personal. Our wood comes from the northern regions of Turkey being seasoned for over three years and air dried. Stock shapes and sizes can vary by client, being bent and crafted to become your perfect fit.

THE STOCK

THE STOCK

FOREARM

Being simultaneously generated at the conception of the stock, the forearm, generated from that same blank of wood, is hand crafted by our artisan craftsmen, making a matched wood selection that can only be seen from Italian makers.

THE FOREARM

THE FOREARM

THE DRY FIT

THE DRY FIT

DRY FIT

Being completely created by hand, the firearm is constantly built and disassembled during the construction process to assure for the greatest quality control. Fit, seems, and action are three very important standards that we at FAMARS focus on.

DRY FIT

Being completely created by hand, the firearm is constantly built and disassembled during the construction process to assure for the greatest quality control. Fit, seems, and action are three very important standards that we at FAMARS focus on.

THE DRY FIT

THE DRY FIT

ENGRAVING

All generated with the traditional techniques of tip and hammer, chiseling, and gold inlay, we at FAMARS believe that the engraving is what makes each firearm special in its only custom way. Like a snowflake, being created 100% by hand, our firearms are all unique, no two being exactly the same.

HAND ENGRAVING

HAND ENGRAVING

FINISHING PROCESS

FINISHING PROCESS

FINISHING PROCESS

the finishing process is the last step in construction and really brings out the beauty of the firearm. At this point the barrels have been blued, engraving is complete, and the gun has been fully regulated. After a multi staged process of staining, sanding, and varnishing, the firearm is now finally complete and ready to be fitted in one of our custom cases, soon to be shipped out to the customer.

FINISHING PROCESS

the finishing process is the last step in construction and really brings out the beauty of the firearm. At this point the barrels have been blued, engraving is complete, and the gun has been fully regulated. After a multi staged process of staining, sanding, and varnishing, the firearm is now finally complete and ready to be fitted in one of our custom cases, soon to be shipped out to the customer.

FINISHING PROCESS

FINISHING PROCESS

FAMARS USA