Weber Customs is a one man shop located in NW Montana. My name is Rod Weber, I have over 20 years experience in the aerospace industry as a prototype machinist. My desire is to bring that experience, precision and freakish detail to people who seek high quality American made articles. I have a love for cutting wood, so I designed a full wrap handle for a few select Stihl pro chainsaws. The future may bring more models of full-wrap handles. My time these days is mostly spent building high end custom rifles. I build department (tactical), hunting and bench rest rifles. Most people chose a custom action of there liking but some opt to have me customize and true a mainstream rifle action. When it comes to barrels, stocks and triggers-only the best parts in the industry will do! My name is on the business and your rifle when its finished, I take that seriously!
Aside from rifle-smithing I will take commissions for mechanical prototype work, mechanical art such as rolling-ball sculptures and high end custom toys like wagons and even spinners. Mostly I like to build cool precision stuff and throw in a little inner child sometimes! If you have a full design of any size, a print, or just a napkin drawing and need an experienced machinist I can help make it happen. Let me know what I can do for you and thanks!
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Great story Must read! Aspen is 14 years old and this is her first elk! Nice shooting Aspen! I spoke with Tod (the father) on sat about this hunt. I had heard about it from other people but wanted his first hand version. A quick note about the rifle. I built this rifle at the beginning of 2018. I trued up a rem700 then chambered a proof stainless barrel in 6.5 Creedmoor. I did a basic no frills cerakote job to protect the carbon steel action from the elements. This was a budget build so it was bedded into a bell stock. Tod explained that his daughter Aspen has an eye condition called Pars planitis. This is a sore subject for Tod, our conversation had a few tears on both sides of the call. Tod wanted the best chance for his daughter to get her first elk, he knew she would need ample time to get set up behind the scope and focus with the eye condition. Tod hired an outfit called Dome mountain ranch to help with this opportunity. There guides name was Clay and they were in area 313, Gardiner Montana. The day before the hunt Aspen received a shot in her eye, it was unsure if she would recover enough to see thru an optic but like a trooper she went hunting! This cow elk was taken at 612 yards by Aspen, she shot from a prone position using a bipod. It was ranged by Tod using a Sig Kilo 2400 range finder and backed up by Clay using a Leica rangefinder. . . . @webercustoms #proofresearch #leicahunting #sigsaueroptics