My name is Lee Trengove. I’ve been interested in guns for about as long as I can remember. I had my first real experience with a firearm when I was about 13, shooting rabbits on a mates farm in Grafton, NSW. I got my firearms license when I turned 18 and have been in love with shooting ever since.
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My goal is to offer my customers the very best service that I can provide. Every single job, no matter how big or small will be given the same meticulous attention to detail to ensure the best possible outcome in terms of accuracy and precision. Every job is done correctly and to the highest standards and I absolutely will not compromise on quality or cut corners. Ever!
More about me
More about me..
background is quite varied but in 1995 i
started my first apprentiship as a boilermaker/welder for a small Engineering
company in Coffs Harbour. Since then I've worked as a metal fabricator in many
different industries until, in 2004 I got a job as a fabricator in a Machine
shop. I’d always had an interest in
machining and it wasn’t long before I was spending more time on a lathe or mill
then behind the welding shield! My new
employer pretty quickly recognized my skills and offered me another
apprentiship, this time in fitting and turning, which I eagerly accepted and
completed in just 3 years.I went on to
do further training in CNC programming, and then CAD-CAM and my current day job
is a CNC Programmer/Machinist for a small specialist component manufacturer
here in Brisbane. In the mean
time I had always worked on and built my own rifles and it didn’t take too long
before the idea of becoming a lic Gunsmith just made perfect sense. I could combine my career with my life’s
passion. It took
quite a few years of putting in the ground work, buying machinery, and setting
up a proper workshop, but in 2012,
TRENTECH Engineering was borne.