Jordan’s passion for repairing all things mechanical began at a very young age; working on cars, farm equipment, appliances, and more. His enthusiasm for firearms began around the same time and he hasn’t looked back since. He naturally progressed into repairing firearms as a teenager. Jordan began his college career as a mechanical engineering major and eventually re-focused and earned his degree in Gunsmithing at the Colorado School of Trades in Denver. He completed over 2,000 hours of formal training in such areas as machining, welding, wood and synthetic stock work, diagnostics and repair. His education emphasized precision and accuracy, involving machining tools to a 0.0005 tolerance. Jordan became a member of the Black Wing team in 2014 and has been working diligently to create a 5-star Gunsmithing Department. He is continually updating his training, with factory certifications from Glock, Smith & Wesson, and many more. During his time at Black Wing, he has proven his expertise in diagnostics and repair, and his ability to provide services from basic function repair to rebuilding and refinishing firearms.