EGW has been designing and manufacturing world-class parts and accessories for popular rifle and pistol models since 1991.
Known for our superior craftsmanship and attention to detail, we use only the highest-grade materials and adhere to the strictest quality control standards—because whether you’re a competition shooter, an avid hunter, LE, or concerned with self-defense, we know how important reliability and precision are, and that when your life depends on it, thousandths can make a difference. It’s the reason why almost every major gun manufacturer and many professional shooters and operators swear by our products.
THE EGW STORY
I still remember the feeling I got when my father took me out shooting for the first time. The gun was a 1922 Springfield, and I was 6. I've been hooked on guns ever since.
A love of guns runs in my family. My grandparents were NRA instructors, and my dad was an avid gun collector. I started tinkering with rifles early on, curious how they worked. In my early 20's, I took a 2-year correspondence course on gunsmithing, and completed it in 5 months. Soon after, I went to a local gunsmith to ask them some questions about the bluing process, and 2 hours later walked out with a job. Five years later, I decided it was time to open my own shop, and was fortunate enough to be in a position to create Evolution Gun Works.
That was 1991. Starting out as a small smithing shop with 4 manual machines in a 1,600 sq. ft. space in Doylestown, EGW quickly gained a reputation for excellence. After more than a decade of doing custom work for well-known competition shooters, including Doug Koenig and Travis Tomassi, we had doubled our space in Doylestown, outgrown that and moved to a 5,500 sq. ft. space in Quakertown where we transitioned into manufacturing parts and accessories. Our next move was across the parking lot to a 23,000 sq. ft. space. Today, EGW is one of the largest suppliers of scope mounts, 1911 pistol, and AR and rifle parts and accessories in the U.S.
THE EGW TEAM
Our team at EGW takes enormous pride in every part we make to ensure every gun that uses our parts is as accurate and reliable as possible. With decades of experience in the engineering, design, and manufacturing of precision parts, as well as gunsmithing and recreational and competition shooting, we are truly masters of our trade.
George founded EGW in 1991 after working for many years in the machining and firearms industry. He is fully devoted to manufacturing 100% American-made products of superior quality. At EGW, he is involved with all aspects of the business from new product design and writing the programs, to speaking with customers on a daily basis. George is a 1911 expert and an accomplished competition shooter. He also enjoys camping with his family and logging.
CNC Shop Foreman
Steve walked into EGW with 12 years of machining experience as a CNC machinist. At EGW, he takes parts from concept to reality by writing the programs for the machines. He also orders all the materials for the shop. Steve is an avid hunter, shoots sporting clays, and plays volleyball in his free time. Steve has been a member of the EGW Team since 2005.
Customer Service Specialist
Retail and Dealer Sales Rep
Cody comes to EGW with a degree in Recreation & Sports Leadership. He has a background in retail sales and the excellent ability to assist customers with various scenarios. He also takes care of processing and shipping our retail and dealer orders. Cody enjoys hunting, shooting shotguns and air rifles, riding his bicycle with his family and working on restoring bicycles in his free time.
Laser Tech / Inventory Management
Al comes to EGW with a background and degree in welding. He is the company fiber laser tech and assists with inventory processes. Al enjoys riding his motorcycle, shooting guns, and working on vehicles in his spare time.
Solid Works Guru
Kenny comes to EGW with a background in business management and mechanical engineering, and works as an Engineering Manager for a machine design firm. Kenny’s contribution to EGW is as a 3D CAD specialist. He documents our custom parts and contributes to the design of new products. In his free time he enjoys golf and competitive pistol shooting.
Mark is a tool and die maker by day and a gunsmith by night. At EGW, Mark helps with prototyping and custom jobs. He is a 1000-yard High Master Shooter. For relaxation, he enjoys competition shooting and firearms restoration.