American-Made Military Bolts, Screws, and Studs
Many military and defense production applications require small quantities of custom fasteners. Whether you’re looking for a per-spec bolt, screw, or stud, Wilson-Garner has the capabilities and the experience to deliver the high-quality, cold-formed custom fastener you need.
We regularly work from common military specifications, blueprints, and customer-specified part requirements and we produce parts for quantities under around 30,000 pieces. We have produced parts for the US Government and Military OEMs for decades, and are a QLSM approved manufacturer.
We specialize in small quantities of custom fasteners for military service parts or small production applications. Every lot we run is American-made and manufactured to your exact specifications, delivering the exceptional-quality, consistent parts you need for defense and military products.
Wilson-Garner is approved for the Qualified Supplier List — Manufacturing (QSLM) for Class 2 & 3 fasteners by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). We are also a Subsafe Level 1 approved supplier to the US Navy, having successfully fulfilled many MIL-DTL 1222 REV J Type 1 contracts. Regardless of your product needs or run quantity, Wilson-Garner has the capabilities and the experience to deliver.
- Carbon or Alloy Steel
- ¼” to 1-¼”, or M5-M30 diameter
- Up to 5/16th diameter – Max length is 6”
- 3/8th diameter or more – Max length of 8”
- Grade 2, Grade 5, and Grade 8 parts per spec
- Primary Federal Supply Codes: 5305, 5306, 5307
- DFARS Compliant
- NIST SP 800-171 Compliant
- Wilson-Garner Cage Code: 7E548
- MS35763 and MS35764
- ANSI B18.2.1 (inch)
- ANSI B18.104.22.168M (metric)
- SAE J2295
- SAE J2295M
- ASME 18.24-2004
Wilson-Garner is certified to ISO 9001:2014 and IATF 16949:2016 and provides full electronic certifications free of charge for every lot of product we ship. Wondering about a particular certification or approval? Please see a complete list of our certificates and any relevant documentation below.
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