Scott Klinger started Cheyenne Mountain Arms (CMA) in 2014.  While preparing for his retirement from the U.S. Army, Scott began contemplating the next step in his career.

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Combining his knowledge of weapons and his background in graphic design, Scott began to envision a small business producing unique, custom-coated firearms .  Thus, the concept for Cheyenne Mountain Arms was born.  The business started in his garage with minimal equipment and funding.  He did a few small jobs here and there until he retired from the military in July 2015. CMA focuses on offering high-end custom firearms as well as custom Cerakote finishes and a wealth of other Gunsmithing services.  CMA had a strong showing at the 2016 Shot Show where four of their custom-built rifles were featured in two different vendor booths.  With support from within the firearms industry and the Veteran community, CMA is primed and ready for success.   The current expansion will allow the business to grow to its fullest potential and offer a range of quality components and firearms for competitive shooters, hunters, and firearms enthusiasts.  Success is near, especially with the drive and talent behind Cheyenne Mountain Arms.


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