Quackenbush Air Guns
April 30, 2016
The airgun waiting list closed in Oct.
The waiting list has not opened since then. I'm still working on the 2014 waiting list.
NO NAMES will be added to a closed waiting list.
I won't make any new promises until the promises I've already made are fulfilled. Watch the Status Page for updates.
For those on the list please read Paying for your rifle.
person gets their name on the list, it usually takes about 6-8 weeks for the first
rifles to be delivered. The last of the rifles should be delivered in 6 to
8 months, so you may not get your rifle in time for hunting season.
Once a person gets their name on the list, it usually takes about 6-8 weeks for the first rifles to be delivered. The last of the rifles should be delivered in 6 to 8 months, so you may not get your rifle in time for hunting season.
How the list works:
When the gun style that a person on the list has ordered is
ready, I call them and we make the deal. I
don’t take deposits or any money up front.
Upon receiving your check, I send you the ownership oath.
That lets you know that I received your check.
The oath has hunter safety practices on one side & gun handling safety rules on
the other side. Sign it & return it to me. What you're telling me
that you know what you're doing.
The oath has hunter safety practices on one side & gun handling safety rules on the other side. Sign it & return it to me. What you're telling me that you know what you're doing.
There are no numbers for the list. There’s no numerical sequence because not all styles of rifles are available in the sequence of the people on the list. For example, if the next 3 rifles I have made are standard grade, but the next 3 people on the list want a grade other than a standard, I will call those people wanting a standard grade.
#1 reason for having a list is that right now the demand for my airguns is
greater than the supply. So for now one benefit of having a list is so that I know in advance how many parts for each
caliber rifle to I have to make. This speeds up production time.
For those of you on the list, please read Paying for your rifle. (click here)
the laws by which I must abide. No
exceptions to the law.
It is the buyer’s responsibility to know your local, state & federal laws, concerning big bore airguns, before you order. Failure to do so could result in your breaking the law.
You must be over 18 years old to purchase a big bore airgun.
ship airguns to the following locations:
Morton Grove IL, Chicago IL, Johnson City TN, San Francisco CA, Philadelphia PA, Washington DC, Buffalo NY, New York City and its boroughs (Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island).
residents need a valid FOID card to purchase an airgun.
Michigan residents need a permit and must supply me with the address of
licensed gun shop to ship a gun to.
New Jersey residents need a permit and must supply me with the address of a
licensed gun shop to ship a gun to.
©2008 Dennis Quackenbush
Pictured on the left are rifles that were shipped
recently. While in the rack, the stocks are protected by plastic
tubing. The yellow flag at the muzzle is the customer's name.
On the right are rifle actions awaiting stocks.
I have been offered more money, than the regular price, to sell a gun to a person that's not on the list waiting for one. I turn them down. Nobody has been passed over and nobody has had a gun sold out from underneath them. And I have never offered somebody a substitute for what they ordered, such as a "personal gun". If you have time to build a personal gun, you have time to build a customer's gun.