Why Muleman Gun Works?

At Muleman Gunworks, Our Goal is to Provide Custom Firearms, Parts and Accessories to Help You “Live the Life”!

Muleman GunworksWe are a family owned and operated business located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains in north central Arkansas near Mountain View. Like you, we love the outdoors and enjoy hunting, trapping and camping.

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Muleman GunworksHello, my name is Jamie Crawford, owner of Muleman Gun Works. Throughout the years I found that many of the items I needed for my outdoor activities were either not available or just simply not affordable. With a background in engineering and blacksmithing I began modifying existing parts and fabricating new ones to meet those needs. Those needs may have consisted of oversizing the loop on a lever gun to accommodate gloves during a winter hunt, modifying the action on my favorite gun to make it operate more smoothly and reliably, or even handcrafting a “real” knife that could actually be used in any camping environment. Those ideas and projects were the beginnings of Muleman Gunworks.

Muleman Gunworks is now a full service gunsmithing shop. We have invested in the latest state of the art milling machines, lathes and welding equipment. We also maintain a full service blacksmithing shop. This allows us not only to provide a complete repair service, but also gives us the ability to provide our customers with precision firearms, parts and accessories as well as handcrafted knives and accessories.

We strive to maintain the utmost quality in all our products that are designed and crafted to help you “Live the Life”!

Now it is more important than it has ever been to make sure your right to keep and bear arms is being protected. Please, if you are not already a member, consider joining the NRA and make sure your voice is being heard.

{ 2 comments }

scott schluter September 28, 2011 at 2:33 am

Congrats on the site. It looks great Jamie. Call me sometime or e-mail me I would love to hear from you.

Matt Miller January 24, 2012 at 9:11 pm

Can you convert a marlin 1894 22Magnum which is a straight stock grip to a pistol grip?

Thanks

Matt

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