Jared M. Harshaw, Owner/Operator of Harsh Firearms. His career history goes back to 2003 when he went to work for a popular engine building company that specialized in street rod engines. This was the beginning of his ability to mix mechanics and art as a daily line of work. That career peaked when engines he had built where appearing on TLC’s show Wrecks to Riches, where Berry Whites Speed Shop in Corona California was being filmed as a reality show. His direction changed once he got into working on guns, and he began the seemingly lateral move to the firearms industry. He was able to fulfill the desire to continue his mechanical interest in the new career choice, and once he discovered Cerakote he also gained the ability to incorporate the artistic aspect. For Jared it couldn’t have been a better decision. He enjoys repairing, restoring, and making firearms unique for all the individuals that put their trust in him to do the job and do it right. Harsh Firearms takes pride in the work they produce and thankful to all those that choose to use their services. A lot more could be written but there is work to be done, and Jared would rather tell you more about his journey in a personal conversation. Thank you all for visiting Harsh Firearms.