DOES LYLES CUSTOM RIFLES COME WITH A GUARANTEE?
Our custom rifles come with a 1/2 MOA or BETTER guarantee. We only build rifles we are proud to have our name on, which means we back our work 100%.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO BUILD A CUSTOM RIFLE?
The time it takes to build a custom rifle depends on availability of parts. Some parts can take up to 6 months while other options are much quicker. We also have turn key rifles available.
HOW MUCH DOES A RIFLE COST?
Prices vary depending on which components you choose. Our base model starts at $4,250.
DO YOU REQUIRE A DEPOSIT?
We require a deposit for parts when ordering.
HOW MUCH WILL COMPONENTS COST?
Not including machining or any services. Barrels cost between $400 to $1000 for a blank (not chambered threaded or crowned). Barrel prices vary on what type of fluting you select and recently customers have been choosing $900 Proof Carbon wrapped barrels. Many barrel manufacturers charge shipping and handling.
Stocks range from $350 and up. Many of our customers prefer the lightweight stocks from Mesa Precision made by AG Composites and the price has ranged from $600 to $900 depending on action chosen.
Actions vary greatly in price. Most non custom actions require some form of blue printing which often ends up being the same price of a custom action. Stiller actions start out at $900 and recently we have seen a great demand for Defiance actions which are competition grade ($1300 and up).
Triggertech and Jewell triggers are both companies we use for triggers and costs range from $150 to $300 and up.
Other components include bottom metal, optic mounts, and muzzle brakes.
Shipping & Handling of Components vary depending on parts.
DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
Sorry, at this time we do not ship outside of the USA.
DO YOU SHIP OUTSIDE OF MONTANA?
Yes, we ship to other states. Just find a local FFL near you and send us their FFL number. You may have to pay a fee to that FFL.
DO YOU ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS?
We do accept most credit and debit cards although we charge a 3% fee.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CLEAN YOUR BARREL?
After years of building rifles, we have found some rifles are more finicky than others. We still recommend cleaning your barrel after every use and periodically when it is just sitting in a safe. Due to copper and powder build up inside the bore, we recommend cleaning it often. Once a barrel is passed a certain point, we recommend getting a gunsmith to help. It can take multiple solvents and hours of scrubbing to get a barrel back to normal. Not cleaning your bore can lead to accuracy issues.