Bill Gostomski, owner of Gostomski’s Gunsmith Service, started his gunsmithing career in the Baltimore area in 1976 at the age of 20. After a 2-year apprenticeship and another 2 years of fulltime gunsmithing he moved to Western Maryland with his wife and 6-month-old son to open his own shop in the Frostburg, MD area. Within 8 years the shop expanded to the point that a larger building and a range were needed. In 1990, after moving to a farm in Mount Savage, MD, a 2,000 square foot shop was built and a 100-yard range established. In 2017 the shop was expanded to 2,700 square feet.
This is the current location of the business which includes a fully equipped machine shop, hoening stock duplicating machine, wood room, buffing, glass beading and cerakote room as well as a storefront with growing sales selection.
Savage Model 99—3 barrel Takedown set in .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester & .358 Winchester.
Exhibition grade American Walnut w/22 LPI checkering and a fiberglass stock for rough use
Twenty-three years after opening the doors to his first customers, Bill was proud to have his son Pete join him in the business. Pete has worked as an experienced gunsmith for 15 years following college and acquiring his machinist credentials from the Robert C. Byrd Institute. In 2014 Bill's son-in-law Zack Roberts joined the business as an additional gunsmith.