Beretta Custom Work
Wilson Combat is pleased to announce a full product line of our newly-designed, enhanced replacement parts, and a comprehensive suite of custom gunsmithing options for the Beretta 92/96 series handguns. The Beretta 92/96 series is a classic combat handgun and the standard-issue sidearm of the United States Armed Forces since 1985. The legendary reliability and user-friendly design of the 92/96 can now be enhanced with our quality parts and services geared towards the needs of defensive, tactical shooters. Ernest Langdon is the original innovator of high-performance Beretta 92 handguns and parts, and we are pleased to have Ernest on board as a technical advisor for this project.
Parts installed by Wilson Combat will match finish of pistol unless otherwise specified by customer. Cancelled work orders are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. All firearms are left in our shop at your own risk.
Once your custom work is completed, a final invoice will be mailed to you.
Failure to pay this invoice or to make other arrangements within 90 days will result in your pistol being sold for charges due. Payment may be made by MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Money Order or personal check. PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE HELD 21 DAYS prior to shipping any handguns. All work order changes will be assessed a charge of $20 per change and could delay delivery. All change requests must be submitted in writing.
We recommend that you use a reliable carrier such as UPS (Highly recommended) or Federal Express. We also recommend that you insure any firearm(s) that you ship to us. Overnight shipping is required by UPS/Fedex for handguns. The use of UPS/Fedex Ground Service is allowed for all long guns. You may also ship long guns via USPS.
Please do NOT send items such as gun rugs, gun boxes, bushing wrenches, etc. Please include a detailed letter of the problem or services you require by printing out the gunsmithing rates form. Your custom work will not be scheduled until we have received your firearm and a signed work order form. Due to Federal regulations, customer’s firearms must be returned to address from which they were received. If you have a change of address, written request for such change is required.