Rifles For Sale


Most of what we do at Shuff’s involves modifications to your rifles, but we do sell a limited number of complete rifles each year. Because of the taxes involved, there are a set number of rifles set aside to be sold each year and once they are gone, no more are sold until the following calendar year. Right now, we have the following rifles available:

Mini-G        $1600,   3 month ship time from day I receive deposit of $750.  Deposits are non-refundable so long as I am ready to deliver within the 90 day period.  The Mini-G has a limited lifetime warranty for the original owner.  I even take care of shipping both ways should you have a problem within the first 30 days.

The Shuff’s Mini-G is a uniquely modified Garand carbine. We still have a few complete Mini-Gs left for 2016. Shipping is $45. Mini-G details.

Premium Grade Garand        $1550 Sold out for 2016

Our Premium Grade Garand is a completely restored and refinished M1. These can be finished in zinc or manganese, your choice. The barrel will be recrowned and will have a TE of 3 or less and a ME of 1.5 or less. I’ll also include a match-grade trigger job with a 5 lbs pull. The new walnut stock can be cartouched with the correct inspectors mark for the rifle’s serial number. Shipping is $45.

Magazine-Fed Mini-G         $2200 Call for availability

This rifle combines both the Shuff’s Mini-G conversion as well as the M-14 magazine-fed modification. Your choice of zinc or manganese parkerizing. Rifle does not come with a magazine. Shipping is $45.


BM59 $2125 This rifle is a beauty! SOLD

I have one and only one BM59 rifle for sale.  This rifle is featured in the pictures on the BM59 Program page.  It is built on a very nice SA receiver with Criterion Barrel.  I machined this barrel so that it would look just like the real deal from the lower band forward, the stuff you can see.  This receiver did have one tack weld at the bottom of the receiver collar and you won’t hardly notice it.  Look at the pictures below and I tried to capture the machine marks.  Notice I actually tell you that there’s a tack weld, others have them on EVERY receiver and they do NOT tell you!.