Beast Mode Firearms

Update posted by Andrew Uhlenkamp On Aug 09, 2017

Here are some pictures I took with my crappy flip-phone of the proposed shop site. It's in the basement of my friend Spike's tattoo shop- Dark Arts Tattoos.

This picture shows what I'd like to turn into the primary work area, though I may need to rebuild the bench. I'd also have to section off a part of it and install a ventilation and filtration system to perform Cerakote work. Ideally, I'd cover the bare walls with something a little less rough, that I could more easily hang fixtures from, but it would work well enough the way it is starting out.

Here's a look from the far end of the initially proposed room. It's a little over 500 square feet in total. The entrance needs to be polished- so to speak- since it looks like it was cut by amateurs directly through the masonry. I'd need to construct a sturdy frame to attach a real door to. The sink is a nice touch though.

This is the view from the proposed work area facing the rest of the space. There's a small room at the other end that apparently holds the water meter. I'd like to smooth out the floor and cover it with rubber material similar to a gym floor. It might be nice to cover the rafters to, but that might be more for aesthetic purposes than anything else.

Everything is still ultimately preliminary and pending my ability to develop the necessary start-up funds to apply for an FFL and a license. I do have a potential business partner and another interested investor that might be able to put up some capital, but the amount that either would be able and willing to contribute is unknown for certain at this time. The space shown is only about 1/4 of the total basement space, and it might be possible to rent out a larger area, but as this space is already sectioned off, it might suit most appropriately for the time being.

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