This thread will be for posting pictures and reviews on work done by Phoenix Custom Rifles. Mostly bolt knob installs, but some other work can/will be posted here.
Feel free to post pics or comment on anything concerning PCR here.
<span style="font-weight: bold">My phone number is (480)467-8090</span>
Call me for any questions on bolt work and rifle services. I handle the majority of the rifle work at PCR. I have just over 1000 bolt knob installs under my belt doing mostly Remingtons, a few Savages, and a Howa here or there. The current method of install I use was taught to me by a man on here almost three years ago. It will be discussed below.
Brad Johns, the owner of the company can be reached at (480)747-0528
Call Brad to place rifle orders, answer pricing questions, or get a Cerakote quote.
<span style="font-weight: bold">Phoenix Custom Rifles bolt knob installs</span>
<span style="font-weight: bold">Bolt knob installs are $90 for Remingtons and Savages</span>. This includes any of our knobs, Cerakote in any color, and return shipping.
We can Cerakote the whole bolt for you for $30 extra(Remingtons only).
Knobs are made from 6061 T6 aluminum. We currently use thread size 10-32.
This method of install, uses a 10-32 stud to join the knob to the handle. It comes out looking very clean, and is very strong. I tested one to failure once and the silver solder holding the handle onto the bolt body gave first. The stud didnt even come close to breaking. I have to date never heard of one breaking during use.
The only one ever broken to my knowledge was ran over by an SUV. We were able to easily extract the broken off stud end, and screw another one in with a knob. The fix took less than an hour for us and would be free of charge to anyone. We stand behind our products and work and will do our best to never let anyone down.
<span style="font-weight: bold">We are now offering Howa and Winchester/FN bolt knob installs.
Price is $110.</span> This includes the knob, coating of the knob/handle, and return shipping.
Any of our knob designs may be used.
Turn around time is the same as Remingtons and Savages.
This is my "Marksman" knob. It is roughly 1.4" long, and .850" in diameter.
Next is the "Varminter" knob. It is roughly 1.5" long and .850" in diameter.
And my "Phoenix" knob. It is the longest at roughly 1.65" long and .850" in diameter.