EFFECTIVE July 10, 2017, this will become a part-time business normally operated outside of normal business hours; once a permanent schedule had been determined, the new business days and hours will be posted on this Website. Calls will frequently be returned after normal business hours.
For over 13 years, NFA Investments has been Texas’ premiere provider of high quality deep cut rotary engraving for individuals needing their Form 1 weapons, such as short barreled rifles and shotguns, engraved. Service has always been offered either by shipping or by appointment while customers wait.
Located in Conroe just minutes from the Woodlands, NFA Investments is a Houston, Texas, area based small business which is licensed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE) as a type 07 manufacturer of Title I firearms and Class 02 SOT manufacturer of Title II weapons; Title II weapons are those regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA) and include short-barreled rifles, short-barreled shotguns, suppressors, machine guns, and any other weapons (AOW’s).
NFA Investments primarily serves the NFA weapons community including law enforcement agencies and serious collectors. NFA Investments offers gunsmithing services including engraving and repair / replacement of regulated components.
With a Type 07 FFL and a Class 02 SOT, NFA Investments holds a higher level license than a regular Type 01 FFL / Class 03 SOT (“Class 3 Dealer”). In addition to manufacturing custom NFA weapons, NFA Investments also offers transfer services just as regular class 03 dealers.
Please refer to the above FAQ pages BEFORE contacting NFA Investments with general NFA questions such as “how do I buy a silencer / machinegun / short barreled weapon / Class 3 / ETC.” The information contained in Mr. Bardwell’s FAQ page and the Texas Gun Trust Website provide answers to most of the frequently asked questions. As this is just a part-time business, I simply do not have time to verbally explain the entire process for everyone who calls or emails to ask. The written FAQ pages do a FAR better job of answering general questions. If, after reviewing the information at these sources, you still have questions, please feel free to call, text, or email.