We strive to make ordering one of our rifles a convenient and exciting experience for our customers. Please review the information below before beginning, particularly if this is your first time ordering a custom firearm or just ordering from JP.
While we are happy to take rifle orders over the phone, most of our customers now prefer to use our online builder program. We created the JP Rifle Builder in order to help you design your ideal JP rifle or upper assembly with nearly every option and configuration we offer to choose from. The program will guide you through the process of designing the rifle or assembly while ensuring that you choose only compatible combinations of parts. Your design(s) can be saved so that when you are ready to buy, your design can be submitted directly to us to be built.
When you are ready to submit the design online, you will enter your contact information as well as any special instructions (such as where to place accessory rails, etc.). At this time, you must provide the following:
You will be contacted after we have received this information to confirm your order and clarify any details or questions. Your order will then be put into our production schedule.
To get started using the JP Rifle Builder now, click here.
Once your rifle order is placed, you must submit payment for either the full price of the rifle/assembly or a 50% deposit with the remainder coming due at the time of shipment. Full payment in advance is also required for lower assembly orders. We strongly prefer check, cashier's check or money order and these payment methods qualify your order for free shipping. If you cannot pay via check, cashier's check or money order than you may call us to arrange other payments methods. No work will begin on your order until payment is received.
Please mail your payment to:
P.O. Box 378
Hugo, MN 55038
When you place an order for a firearm directly from us, you must make arrangements to have the firearm received by a licensed firearm dealer in your area. At the time you place your order, inform the dealer that will be receiving your firearm that they must provide us with a signed copy of their federal firearms license (FFL) with a notation of your name and order number. The FFL can be mailed, faxed, or scanned and e-mailed to us. When the firearm is shipped to your dealer, you will be required to fill out the federal and local documentation. If you need don't have a regular local dealer, you can check our published list reputable dealers here or refer to the more comprehensive directory of FFL holders here.
Dealers generally charge a fee for handling a custom firearm transfer in order to pay for their overhead. Expect to pay anywhere from $25.00 to 10% of the purchase price and can vary drastically between dealers. If your dealer handles the transaction for a reasonable fee, make sure you support them with your other purchases. If you cannot find a cooperative dealer to handle the transaction for you, let us know and we will do what we can to help.
Due to the fact that most gun shops are not interested in stocking specialized rifles such as ours, we must market directly to you the end customer much like Dillon Precision did years ago, leading them to eventually dominate the progressive reloading market. We also offer factory-direct pricing to give you the highest quality and performance for the dollar. Most dealers recognize this situation and have no problem in helping you receive shipment of your custom rifle.
Like sky diving, rock climbing and motor racing, the handling of firearms involves a certain amount of unavoidable risk. Minimizing the risk is the job of the shooter. If you are not the type of person that can accept the responsibility of your own actions, guns are not for you.
The use of any custom parts or modifications may void any warranty from the manufacturer of your firearm.
We strongly recommend that the safety and function of your modified firearms be checked by a qualified gunsmith.
No liability is expressed or implied for damage, injury or death resulting from the improper use or misuse of any JP firearms, JP components or firearms modified using JP components.
Remember the four commandments of firearms safety:
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