FSA Entertainment Looking for Sons of Guns On Camera Gunsmith


The producers of Sons of Guns are looking for a new on camera gunsmith. I received this email from FSA Entertainment …

To Whom It May Concern:

Hello! My name is Amberlee Mucha and I am a Casting Producer with FSAEntertainment and Red Jacket Firearms

I am currently looking for a new on camera gunsmith to join the team at Red Jacket Firearms. We are scouring the nation for the very best gunsmith to become part of our show.

I am writing you in hopes that you can pass this opportunity on to any of your alumni/students/staff/clientele who may be interested in the show. For more information please feel free to contact me and please see job posting below:

Red Jacket Firearms is currently looking for a new on camera gunsmith to join the team at Red Jacket Firearms. We are scouring the nation for the very best gunsmith to become part of our show. Position is paid.

Are you an expert Gunsmith? Do your repairs and designs leave your customers in awe?
Are you unmatched in your craftsmanship?

Applicants Must Be at Least 21 years old and have experience as a professional gunsmith.

To Apply Please Contact Us At [email protected] Please Include the Following:

Your Name, Age, Location and Contact info

  • A description of your gun expertise and a copy of your resume

  • Your experience and training as a gunsmith

  • Tell us why you’re the best choice for the RJF team and our show.

Thank You,
Amberlee S. M. Mucha
Casting Producer
FSA Entertainment
[email protected]


Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • noob

    I wish I was qualified. It would be interesting to see how much goofing goes on just for the camera and if it really is all business off camera.

    • Aroundlsu

      I can answer that for you. They are pretty much the same off camera as on camera. I have been a customer since long before the show was made, have worked for the show, and in fact was just there yesterday working on a project for them.

  • Mike

    So they still have someone with a FFL to run that company? Losing ten guns registered to you is bad for business…

  • Alexander_Degtyarev

    No one can convey my current thoughts better than Mr. T himself. I pity the foo’.

  • New Chris

    I saw their booth at a recent dealer expo/ fun shoot.

    I made it a point to steer as far away from them as I could. I noticed most people did the same thing.

    The kid at at the booth, who I’m told is an on camera personality, just sat behind his desk looking surly unapproachable.

    He couldn’t have been more than 25 and had a pony tail half way down his back.

    Nobody was standing in line for him.

    I don’t know these guys aside from what I saw in season 1, so I wont speak about them as people.

    As representatives of the gun community I feel they show us to be careless, crass, and banal.

    I dislike that the makers of the show felt the need to re-enforce the tired stereotype of the southern, white, hillbilly gun owner.

    Now I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with being a southern white hillbilly gun owner.

    But what if the show were to portray an array of gun owners, a professional guy from Seattle, or a female student from New Hampshire?

    The media doesn’t count these people because they don’t have funny accents or overdeveloped waste lines.

    They almost look like people you might know.

  • VolkCNC

    I can swing a hammer and use a cut-off disc on a die grinder. Am I qualified?

    Actually, I’m probably over-qualified since I know how to run their CNC machines.

  • John Doe

    I can keep my finger off the trigger and not point a gun at things that don’t need a hole in it. And I can speak English. That’s enough, right?

    • http://www.debunkers.org/ SPQR

      Nope, you are overqualified. Thanks for applying.

  • Peter

    I have all my teeth. Does that make me qualified?

    • noob

      I’d say you’re overqualified and out of their hiring wage bracket :P

  • socialimpotence

    We should all apply just to see what happens.

  • Glenn

    Howdy Flem here from SoG’s. I know I know yall dislike the show and thats cool. To each his own (I prefer SpongeBob myself). Anyway to the point.
    I have no idea who FSA Entertainment is??? Our production company is Jupiter Entertainment. Im thinking this may be a late, or early, April fools joke by someone. Feel free to email me at [email protected] for further info
    Glenn

    • gunslinger

      I think most people look at RJF and see what the SoG editors put on the screen. Thats what people have to base their judgement on. And I’m sorry, but some of the episodes are filled with a bunch of crap drama. I know that’s not RJF’s fault, but it became a public perception.

      Now you guys may have some great gunsmiths, and may have come great firearms, but I doubt serious gunsmiths would want to hinge their reputation on a show that hasn’t been the greatest for firearms.

      Please don’t take this as disrespect. I can’t make guns. However I think some of the management decisions are made for “ratings” not for actual gunsmithing.

      But I do wish you guys the best of luck.

    • Nicks87

      Glenn, we dont hate the show, we just dont like reality TV. Most of the time there is more TV than reality.

      That being said, from what I’ve seen of the show, I think you guys do make some cool shit and you, Joe and Charlie are definately the “talent” at red jacket.

      Keep up the good work and thx for being a cool MF’er.

  • NI Shooter

    I know how to trick people into thinking I’m shooting a Desert Eagle .50AE when I’m really shooting a Beretta. Does that qualify? ;)

  • Dukeblue91

    Wow I don’t understand why everyone is hating on them so much!
    I find the show entertaining and fun to watch, it’s not like there is much on TV worth watching in regards to guns.
    The show was made for entertainment and it does just that.

  • D

    …so why is this on The Firearm Blog? Do any readers here actually care about anything that Rad Jacket does?

  • anon

    My favourite episode was the sniper AK. Utter rubbish. Does you American gun owners no favours at all.

  • Ray

    I’d rather rip off my nutsack and wear it as a hat than work for Will… I’d be more than happy to work for Flemm or Buckles though.

  • mat

    hacksaw and spraycan gunsmiting at its best ,but TV made them a lot of bussines same goes for likes of Gunsmoke and OCC

  • Glenn

    Hey guys did some digging and the thing is accurate. They ARE looking for someone. Sorry for the confusion
    Glenn

  • RickH

    One thing is for certain, if you wanna be on reality tv, ya gotta have attitude!!

    • Nicks87

      Or be a huge douche bag with a personality disorder. Everybody loves a heel!

      • Ron

        I can’t stand that show… or any of those stupid “reality” scripted shows.

  • http://www.mytechtexas.com Mike

    I don’t know a lot about guns as far as building them. But I am very smart and pick up quick on things. I have a great personality and would be very entertaining for tv. I own my own comercial HVAC company and can take a leave to do the shoots. I am a fan of the show and I own a Red Jacket AR15. I would be a good story line to show how good Wil and the other guys are that they can train anybody to be a great gunsmith. Lets do this!

  • http://www.mytechtexas.com Mike

    I don’t know a lot about guns as far as building them. But I am very smart and pick up quick on things. I have a great personality and would be very entertaining for tv. I own my own comercial HVAC company and can take a leave to do the shoots. I am a fan of the show and I own a Red Jacket AR15. I would be a great story line.

  • nate

    I am a gunsmith and gun builder its all biz guys you fix what they want and make what sells im happy for them they got the clients and the money go for it boys have fun bang away and piss off libs