In 1989, Alan Warner had been working as a machinist and was a long-time gun enthusiast. After growing up shooting target rifles, he saw that shooters were using the same old equipment he was using as a kid. He had an idea for a rifle sight that would revolutionize and modernize the sights that were still in use from the days of his youth. Alan knew that there was a better way to create this tool. With the use of his knowledge and expertise as a machinist, he created his first rifle sight prototype, thus creating The Warner Tool Company.
Currently, Warner Tool is co-owned and operated by Alan Warner and his son Dan Warner. Dan became a part of Warner Tool after college. Dan’s own gun enthusiasm and experience with competitive shooting brings new ideas and machining practices to an already established, solid foundation.
Warner Tool became what it is today by applying principles of quality and reputable machine work to the entire product range that they offer. From their original sights to customized sizing dies and rifles, and Flatline bullets, they are proud to cater to the precision shooter.
At Warner Tool Company, we cater to the competitive shooter and specialize in close tolerance, precision machine work. Our sights are the staple in a good shooter’s tool box, and we are proud to supply them. In addition to the sights, our custom sizing dies enable the shooter to achieve the necessary tolerances of their ammunition. And our Flatline bullets provide the best performance in projectiles.
In addition, we are a full-service machine shop. From design to prototyping to small-lot production, we stand ready to assist in your machining needs. Capabilities include both manual and CNC milling and turning, surface and cylindrical grinding, along with single and progressive stamping.
Pictured above, Alan Warner (not really) in 1989 when it all started…
In reality, Alan and Dan are a little camera shy. But the dang new marketing guys are pushing them out of their comfort zone – new goodies coming soon!