In his highly specialized post, Stuart Clark offers gunsmith services ranging in, but not limited to, general gunsmithing repairs, trigger work, drilling and tapping, threading, recoil pads, sight installations, cleanings, crowning, parts fabrication, action work, AR-15 rifle builds, bedding, 1911 work and all kinds of customer requests that require problem-solving skills.
About Our Gunsmith
Stuart studied gunsmithing and everything related at Colorado School of Trades in Lakewood, Co. After a year of intense training, Stuart moved back to Kansas City to get started on what would become a successful career of gunsmithing.
With 20 years of experience, Stuart is an expert in design and function of firearms. His action work on Smith & Wesson and Ruger revolvers is exceptional, and he is known for trigger work on all types of firearms. Gun enthusiasts are hard-pressed to find someone who can complete this line of work better than Stuart does.
Stuart enjoys working with Frontier Justice because it presents a new challenge in his already successful career. With a customer service-oriented, high-class facility, Frontier Justice offers an inviting, friendly environment that appeals to first-time buyers, lifelong hobbyists, the law enforcement community, and beyond.
He especially loves the chance to work on a broader range of projects that involve more customization and creativity.
Firearms may be dropped off and picked up with the gunsmith ONLY. Available times are Tuesday through Friday from open until 6pm, and Saturday from open until 5pm. Firearms must be picked up within 14 days of notification that repairs have been completed.
Gunsmith Firearm Repair Pickup Policy
Firearms must picked up within 14 days of notification that repairs are completed. Firearms left over 14 days will be charged a $10.00 per day storage fee. After 30 days, you’ll be notified that the firearm will be sold unless payment and storage fee has been received in full.