Hello. My name is Wade Bailey and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to the industry. I am the owner of Top Notch Accessories Inc/Omega and I have been in the roller locking business for the last 18 years. I got my start in business doing part sales and applied for my FFL in 2001. At that time I lived in Gilbert, Arizona. In 2006 I moved to Russellville, Arkansas. My desire was to grow and transition from part sales into full time manufacturing. In June of 2014 the opportunity presented itself to do just that.
We, at Omega, work very hard every day to make the highest quality roller locking firearms in the industry. The products we produce are the quality of custom build in a production atmosphere. We use the right equipment for the job. We are not your back-yard builder. Other companies might be bigger and have more employees, but no one does what we do or the way we do it. We start with the highest quality parts, supplied by Hkparts.net. A detailed 31 point inspection is done on every gun, taking it from rolling of the sheet metal receiver thru welding into final assembly, to ensure the best reliability possible. We press our front sites on and pin them, just like Germany, never welding the site on, like most everyone else does. The guns are laser bore sighted during the welding process, to ensure accurate shooting. Head space is checked and noted at the time of pressing as well as at final assembly. All parts are fit checked before the finish is applied. The proprietary finish, exact process to the German original, is the only one in the industry that gives a consistent .003” thick highly durable coating that covers the entire firearm, inside and out. All of our firearms are packaged with soft sided cases to ensure safe shipping to the end user. Together with the high quality parts we use, as well as the quality craftsmanship make this line of weapons Top Notch. Our 18 years of experience and knowledge in the roller lock system world help us to produce a gun you can count on when your life depends on it.