Just contact Dave Street at 951-675-3532 and I'll give you my mailing address. Since the gun belongs to you, it's not necessary to go through a gun shop or FFL to mail your gun, but you must use either FedEx or United Parcel Service (UPS). It's illegal to use the US Postal Service (USPS) if you don't have an FFL.
Please let me know before you mail your gun so I can be on the lookout for it. Once I receive it, I'll make the repairs or modifications you want and then contact you for your credit card number. I can then quote you an exact amount for the work and return postage. I can process the card through my business. VISA, Discover & MasterCard are all accepted.
"D-Street Gunsmithing" was incorporated in 2009 as a gun-smithing business servicing Southern California. The owner Dave Street is a 30-year retired detective and life-time gun enthusiast. He handled collateral duties as a station range master and firearms trainer. Dave is also a competitive shooter in action pistol and three-gun matches for more than 35 years. Upon retirement, he started this company servicing both civilian and police firearms.
Dave maintains a table at many of the Southern California gun shows working on guns and selling gun related products. See page 1 for a schedule.
As of 2011, Dave has expanded his business to selling police trade-in firearms. As is typical of many police trade-in's, these weapons often have visible holster wear, but minimal actual use. For many officers who are not gun enthusiasts, their pistols are only used for quarterly qualifications and occasional firearms update training. A typical qualification requires only 25 to 30 rounds meaning the guns are fired only 100 to 120 rounds a year. It's no surprise many of these guns are in great shape, especially since many departments clean & inspect issued weapons annually.
Dave markets these guns on www.gunsamerica.com. Keep an eye on this web site as additional guns are constantly being added for sale.
Dave has published many magazines articles about police issues. His gun related articles were published by "American Cop" in their Nov-Dec 2011 issue on Glock Maintenance and their July-Aug 2012 issue on Sig Pistol Maintenance.
Check out the other pages on this web site for a description of gun-smithing prices and services being offered. Also, watch the calendar for upcoming gun show events.