1931967_10153223550295779_1116164908_nPT Barnum was quoted as saying, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity. Just make sure you spell my name right.”

I think Jared and Subway may disagree with that statement.

And now we can add Smith and Wesson to the list:


Of course, they’ve since sent another letter apologizing because they “didn’t fully understand” and have since apologized, but I think the damage has been done…

…regardless of how you spell their name.

We’re always sad to hear when another small business closes it’s doors. So when we heard that Predator Custom ended it’s multiple-year operation today, we wanted to take a moment and let them know that we were sorry to see them go.

We also realize that this may leave a hole for many of you who had custom rifles built (or planned on building) through Predator Custom. If that’s the case, we’re happy to step in and try to fill their shoes. Fighting Sheep Dog is accomplished at building much more than AR-15s.

Bring your Remington 700s, your AK-47s, any bolt action, 1911, or any other firearm to our gunsmiths at Fighting Sheep Dog and let us impress you. You still have time to have your firearm Cerakoted before Christmas, too!

Don’t forget to support your local small businesses to prevent another, like Predator Custom Shop, from closing it’s doors.

Remember, “Buy local, shop local!”

Name: Jennifer Price

Birthday: August 8

City/State of Residence: Nashville, Tennessee

First Gun Ever Shot: Browning single shot shotgun

Favorite Gun to Shoot Now: 357 Sig Sauer and of course, AR-15

In My Spare Time, I Like To: Hike, Paint/Craft, Watch Movies and Explore New Places

Aspirations: Empower others, Learn self defense and firearms safety, Become successful as a Real Estate Agent. I have many passions and love to learn. My last career was a Probation & Parole Officer for the state of Virginia. I supervised an intensive caseload of domestic violence offenders.



Photos courtesy of Oleg Volk.

Question: Thank you so much for your help. . I’m trying to gradually get the parts I need to assemble my 6.5 Grendel upper as the funds come available. I don’t know if I explained before, or if you remember my mentioning this, but I’m partially blind, and am lost as a round ball in high weeds sometimes when it comes to what’s best and what’s needed when BUILDING an AR. I know the ins and outs on furniture and most of the lower, but figuring out what the differences are in muzzle devices is way over my head. Do you have any advice on muzzle devices, or is it pretty much like furniture where it’s pretty much up to your preferences? Continue reading