We’re excited to announce that in December of 2014 Bryan and Associates, and the bryanandac.com website was purchased by Baker Airguns. We are an authorized repair center for many makes and models of airguns, and also sell new, used, and vintage airguns, plus parts, supplies, and accessories. All email going to BryanAndAc@aol.com will now be handled by Baker Airguns, and for all intents and purposes it will be business as usual for Bryan and Associates customers; new and old. For orders, questions or help just call Baker Airguns directly at (937) 660-9152 Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm EST.
In the coming months we will be working hard to integrate products and services over to Baker Airguns, and look forward to serving you. Please take a moment to learn more About BakerAirguns.com
Bring That Old BB Gun Back to Life!
~The Baker Airguns Team
From The Old Bryan and Associates “About Us” Page
Bryan & Associates is a Sauls family endeavor so named in January 1987. We are a Benjamin, Daisy, Crosman and Sheridan authorized repair station, recommended to repair obsolete and current models. We offer factory repairs for many models of Marksman, all Rogunz and Valiente airguns distributed through Bryan & Associates. We service all models of Armscor, Farco, LD, Rogunz, Benjamin, Daisy, Kessler, Sheridan and Valiente airguns, as well as Vintage and Antique airguns.
Bryan has over 23 years experience repairing airguns. Ron has over 45 years airgun experience and is a machinist and stockmaker. The remainder of the Sauls family pitches in with packing, writing invoices and many other tasks that require non-oily hands.
Bryan is a collector of early Crosman airguns. Primarily the 1923 to 1951 models. Though many other makes and models have raised enough attention to be added to his group of treasures. He devotes his time to the repair of airguns of all types.
Ron is a collector of articles, drawings, sketches, notes, books, magazines, etc. on the style, operation and construction of airguns and their parts. Custom and modified airguns are the most enjoyable part of his hobby. Stock making is now limited, as valve modification, lengthened barrels, sight and scope additions, trigger improvement, partial and complete refinishing have become the more requested. Leisure time is spent constructing airguns of various styles. Ron a Home Builder, builds Home Made airguns. Their style may be a cane, Flint or Percussion, rifle or pistol, shotgun, or combination rifle/shotgun as well as a more conventional airgun. Considering any bore larger than .25 as a Big Bore most project airguns are in the .30 to .40 cal. range. Though others are .45 to 50 caliber and 20 gauge.
If you are a maker, builder or considering a Home Made airgun project, we would like very much to hear from you. We are always happy to exchange ideas.