Carlisle Custom Firearms LLC

Carlisle Custom Firearms LLC Carlisle Custom Firearms is focused on providing quality paint applications on your firearm. CCF uses only the best firearms paint on the market; Cerakote.
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My name is Nathan Carlisle, owner and sole operator of CCF. I am fully a licensed FFL and will ship to most anywhere in the USA. CCF is a new (2014) firearms coating company local to the great Pacific Northwest. If you are looking to protect your firearm with the toughest coating in the industry, Cerakote is what you need. Please contact my email address with any questions.

Operating as usual

Bolt Action and barrel coated in Glock FDE H-261. #rifle #cerakote
06/29/2018

Bolt Action and barrel coated in Glock FDE H-261. #rifle #cerakote

Glock 20 coated in Cerakote Glock FDE H-261. #Glock #Cerakote
06/29/2018

Glock 20 coated in Cerakote Glock FDE H-261. #Glock #Cerakote

06/08/2018

Feels good to be painting again! Here's a Glock 43 in a subdued distressed/battleworn pattern. Cerakote colors used were E-110 Midnight, and E-160 Concrete. #battleworn #distressed #subdued #cerakote #carlislecustomfirearms

06/07/2018

#Cerakote #urbantigerstripe

Washington State AG is once again attacking our 2nd Amendment. Write your legislator! The AR15 and other similar rifles,...
01/10/2017
Wash. AG introduces bills to ban sale, enhance background checks for military-style firearms

Washington State AG is once again attacking our 2nd Amendment. Write your legislator! The AR15 and other similar rifles, as well as magazines that hold over 30 rounds, are on the chopping block.

http://www.kiro7.com/news/local/wash-ag-introduces-bills-to-ban-sale-enhance-background-checks-for-military-style-firearms/482830534

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced the introduction of two bills aimed at reducing deadly mass shootings.

Here's a couple of upper receivers I coated during my certification. *update*Taking longer than anticipated to get up an...
06/17/2016

Here's a couple of upper receivers I coated during my certification.

*update*

Taking longer than anticipated to get up and running. Thank you for your patients. CCF will be re-opening soon! Stay tuned...

01/09/2016

CCF will temporarily close up shop to accommodate a move. Should be up and running once the shop is built. Thank you for your patience.

FB has suspended my ability to promote my Cerakoting business. They informed me that FB will not promote the buying and ...
07/17/2015
Carlisle Custom Firearms LLC

FB has suspended my ability to promote my Cerakoting business. They informed me that FB will not promote the buying and selling of firearms. As I do not buy or sell firearms, I'm not sure what they are talking about. I have appealed and will fight.

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I also have a website at www.carlislecustomfirearms.com

Carlisle Custom Firearms is focused on providing quality paint applications on your firearm. CCF uses only the best firearms paint on the market; Cerakote.

Mark V Weatherby 300 Magnum stock coated in Cerakote O.D. Green H-236Q and FDE H-265Q in a VitaCamo Pattern.
07/06/2015

Mark V Weatherby 300 Magnum stock coated in Cerakote O.D. Green H-236Q and FDE H-265Q in a VitaCamo Pattern.

Remington 700 Cerakoted in Kryptek pattern with Desert Sand H-199Q, FDE H-265Q, and Patriot Brown H-226Q. FDE C-246Q was...
04/09/2015

Remington 700 Cerakoted in Kryptek pattern with Desert Sand H-199Q, FDE H-265Q, and Patriot Brown H-226Q. FDE C-246Q was used for the scope.

Remington 700 Cetakoted in a Kryptek pattern with Sniper Grey H-234 and Sniper Green H-229.
04/03/2015

Remington 700 Cetakoted in a Kryptek pattern with Sniper Grey H-234 and Sniper Green H-229.

Sneak peak at latest project. Stay tuned... #Kryptek
03/16/2015

Sneak peak at latest project. Stay tuned... #Kryptek

Colt 901 coated in FDE H-265, Desert Sand H-199,  MagPul (TM) FDE H-267.
12/13/2014

Colt 901 coated in FDE H-265, Desert Sand H-199, MagPul (TM) FDE H-267.

12/11/2014
apps.leg.wa.gov

***LONG POST WARNING***

Regardless if CCF agrees or disagrees with I-594, I wanted to provide the "current" Washington States guidlines in transferring firearms. I only reference parts relevent from the 17 page inititive. Knowledge is power, so here it is:

1. The sales tax imposed by RCW 82.08.020 would not apply to the sale or transfer of any firearms between two unlicensed persons if the unlicensed persons have complied with all background check requirements. Any licensed dealer facilitating a firearm sale or transfer between two unlicensed persons by conducting background checks under chapter 9.41 RCW is not obligated to collect the tax imposed by this chapter.

2. Background checks will not be required for gifts between immediate family members or for antiques.

3. "Transfer" means the intended delivery of a firearm to another
person without consideration of payment or promise of payment
including, but not limited to, gifts and loans.

4. EXEMPT TRANSFERS:
(a) A transfer between immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, children, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, first cousins, aunts, and uncles, that is a bona fide gift;
(b) The sale or transfer of an antique firearm;
(c) A temporary transfer of possession of a firearm if such
transfer is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to the person to whom the firearm is transferred if:
(i) The temporary transfer only lasts as long as immediately
necessary to prevent such imminent death or great bodily harm; and
(ii) The person to whom the firearm is transferred is not
prohibited from possessing firearms under state or federal law;
(d) Any law enforcement or corrections agency and, to the extent
the person is acting within the course and scope of his or her
employment or official duties, any law enforcement or corrections
officer, United States marshal, member of the armed forces of the
United States or the national guard, or federal official;
(e) A federally licensed gunsmith who receives a firearm solely for
the purposes of service or repair;
(f) The temporary transfer of a firearm (i) between spouses or
domestic partners; (ii) if the temporary transfer occurs, and the
firearm is kept at all times, at an established shooting range
authorized by the governing body of the jurisdiction in which such
range is located; (iii) if the temporary transfer occurs and the
transferee's possession of the firearm is exclusively at a lawful
organized competition involving the use of a firearm, or while
participating in or practicing for a performance by an organized group
that uses firearms as a part of the performance; (iv) to a person who
is under eighteen years of age for lawful hunting, sporting, or
educational purposes while under the direct supervision and control of
a responsible adult who is not prohibited from possessing firearms; or
(v) while hunting if the hunting is legal in all places where the
person to whom the firearm is transferred possesses the firearm and the person to whom the firearm is transferred has completed all training and holds all licenses or permits required for such hunting, provided that any temporary transfer allowed by this subsection is permitted only if the person to whom the firearm is transferred is not prohibited from possessing firearms under state or federal law; or
(g) A person who (i) acquired a firearm other than a pistol by
operation of law upon the death of the former owner of the firearm or
(ii) acquired a pistol by operation of law upon the death of the former
owner of the pistol within the preceding sixty days. At the end of the
sixty-day period, the person must either have lawfully transferred the
pistol or must have contacted the department of licensing to notify the
department that he or she has possession of the pistol and intends to
retain possession of the pistol, in compliance with all federal and
state laws.

*NEW TIMELINE* FFL CANNOT COMPLETE TRANSFER UNTIL:
(1) The results of all required background checks are known and the
purchaser or transferee is not prohibited from owning or possessing a
firearm under federal or state law; or
(2) Ten business days have elapsed from the date the licensed
dealer requested the background check. However, for sales and
transfers of pistols if the purchaser or transferee does not have a
valid permanent Washington driver's license or state identification
card or has not been a resident of the state for the previous
consecutive ninety days, then the time period in this subsection shall
be extended from ten business days to sixty days.

Source:

http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/billdocs/2013-14/Pdf/Initiatives/Initiatives/INITIATIVE%20594.pdf

11/11/2014

To those that have served, thank you!

11/05/2014

Disappointed in I-594 passing tonight. There's something fundamentally wrong with having to get permission from "big brother" just to lend firearms to friends/family. Mrs Gates campaign used the ruse of "background checks" very successfully. Even though I-594 will give FFLs like CCF more business to transfer these firearms; I believe Washington state has taken a significant step towards separating lawful Americans from their 2nd amendment protected inalienable right. Rant complete.

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11/02/2014

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