Viktor's Legacy is path to gunsmithing quality in Fairport Harbor
"We picked the Fairport Harbor location because of its good access to the Route 2 freeway and the fact the building is an excellent facility with a good layout and a great landlord," Majoros said. "I also can't say enough good about Fairport Harbor, either."
Operating under the banner title "Viktor's Legacy/Custom Gunsmithing," the father son team says business is booming in a community that has graciously welcomed them.
"The name comes from my grandfather, who stressed craftsmanship," the older Majoros said. "And we're carrying on that tradition because we really believe that if we're not happy, then our customers won't be happy."
Obviously there are a lot of happy shooters out there. Majoros said his client base now includes customers from as far away as Akron and Toledo.
Years ago, Majoros cut his eye teeth as a budding armorer apprentice working with the then nationally renowned Cleveland Custom Gunshop.
When that business closed, Majoros moved some of his gunsmithing equipment to his home, where he set up shop in the basement. That was something his wife thought the less of, Majoros says with a chuckle.
"After I had developed a client base, my wife said she'd like her basement back. "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" So we moved into the facility back in August," Majoros said. "We can do pretty much everything, too: repairs, refits, customizing. Everything."
Right now that "everything" has a hard focus on Majoros' handgun customers looking to jazz up their firearms with distinctive grips and better sights than those rear and front sights supplied by the respective factory.
Similarly Majoros is swapping Anavar 10 Antares Pharma out AR 15 platform components with more customized parts.
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Importantly for hunters, Majoros says he'll always make the time for those rifles and shotguns in need of quick triage in order to get them back into the hunting fields, marshes and forests.
"I'm a hunter, too, so I know the importance of a quick turnaround when something breaks on a hunting firearm," Majoros said. "I take care of my hunters."
Yet in many respects, Majoros' pride and joy comes by starting from scratch and building Equipoise Ethics a firearm from the ground floor, up.
Fashioning an "buy cheap jintropin online" one of a kind hunting or target rifle from a list of essential either made in his shop or else supplied some of the nation's leading custom firearms parts makers, is "buy cheap jintropin online" a job worth doing right, Majoros said.
Some of the finished products are on display at the shop, too, in effect functional works of art that can be used to take on the biggest and baddest Alaskan brown bear to plinking off Wyoming prairie dogs.
"I tell people that my firearms are tools that should be shot, and every rifle I build will shoot sub MOAs," Majoros said.
Perhaps not surprisingly, Majoros and his son have a two to three week backlog in servicing many of their clients.
Those customers willing to shell out money in the four figure range for a custom ordered rifle often have to wait several months.
But for those firearms owners looking for a top notch job, the wait is small change compared to what they'll retrieve once the requested job is finished. Just like his grandfather Viktor insisted on those several generations ago.
Importantly, note "Oxandrolone Powder India" that Viktor's Legacy is not a retail gun dealer. The shop emphasizes that it works with the area's firearms vendors.
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