The Wyatts and the Gunsmoke crew are back, building a huge, historical punt gun. Rich trades pistols for some personal Elvis memorabilia. He calls in some special help to deliver and test a 1911 for an Army 10th Mountain Division veteran.
The Wyatts are back along with their expertise and some really cool guns. The family that shoots together stays together, but it's not all fun and games in this family business.
In the finale, Kurt takes the lead on a customized Barrett, Rich and Bob examine two very rare Colts and gunsmiths face off against the sales team.
The crew recreates an 1866 Winchester Yellow Boy for a cowboy client, and they bring out an arsenal to host a shooting event for local firefighters.
Rich barters for two pieces of history while the Gunsmoke crew races the clock to modify a hunter's favorite rifle for Alaska's deadly big game.
The team builds a Civil War era-style cannon, customize a Ruger.22 for a sharpshooter, and bargain with a philanthropist over his rifles.
The crew creates a Wyatt-worthy anniversary gift for Renee. Rich delivers a customized shotgun to a buyer's castle and an AR-15 to a high roller.
The team builds a 10-barrel, blackpowder volleygun. Rich strikes a hard bargain for a collection of guns and takes a gamble for two Civil War pieces.
The crew builds a 12th-century style hand cannon. They inspect a huge collection of semi-automatics and discover a customized pink 1911.
The team builds a rifle for a vet so he can hunt again. They trick out a car 007-style and go on a sale to an investor looking for iconic 1960s guns.
The team builds a revolver for a fast-drawing, cowboy preacher. Kurt's uses his engraving skills and he does everything in his power to earn a raise.
Firearms expert Rich Wyatt and team rebuild a tiny 19th-century gun and compete for a Colt AR-15. They use their skills to pry rifles from a rancher.
A customer commissions a custom tommy gun to be used in his 1920's themed competition shootouts. Meanwhile, an avid hunter requests a light weight 50 cal.