REV Arms Looks to be No More – No Impact, No Idea

REV Arms, also called Revolution Arms, noted for “selling” (more on the quotes in a second…) sub-MOA guarantee AR-15s is highly likely to be no more. While formal bankruptcy papers have not been filed, the company has gone eerily silent. Numerous customers are reporting lack of delivery of product to the local BBB.

According to WSET, a Virginia based ABC affiliate, the retail store for REV Arms is closed and that the business is no longer in operation. According to their article and the BBB, numerous customers have filed complaints against the company on their pre-payment of firearms, custom work, and other items that have not yet been delivered.

The local Better Business Bureau has given the company an “F” rating due to their lack of response to said customer complaints and failure to return contact from the BBB. Both the BBB and the local ABC affiliate have attempted to contact the owners Gregory Littlefield and Rob Winer to no avail. Complaints filed after January 7th have not been reviewed.

A notable one from the BBB:

Problems with Product/Service

Complaint

Purchased firearm in store on 7/28/16, Because the firearm is custom made I was advised they require payment in full, and advised it would take 6 to 8 weeks before it would be completed. i paid a total of $1322.04 for a standard 5.56 17 inch AR-15. After 8 weeks passed i started contacting the… company by multiple phones numbers they provided ###-###-####, ###-###-#### were the main two they provided me to use. i called multiple times after that and was told each time the barrels were on back order from their vendor, and the shipment would be in a few weeks. The same story was told to me time and time again, i left multiple messages for Greg Littlefield and he never returned my phone calls. I spoke with a person named *** by phone on December 6th and advised i wanted a complete refund. He told me he would pass that information to Greg Littlefield so i could be reimbursed and was sorry they had so much trouble but blamed it on their vendor who they claim has not shipped the barrels. Since that point i have made several calls, left messages and no calls returned. i went to the store and it was locked up. I did some research online and found this site which gives Rev-Arms federal firearms license if this is helpful: **********************************************************************************(Show Less of Complaint)

Desired ResolutionWould like a complete refund of the monies $1322.04 i paid for custom made firearm i have never received.

For those stuck with the bill, there aren’t too many options, but you can file a complaint with the VA Attorney General’s office, the BBB, and the FTC.



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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