Re: Gunsmithing Prices Question
In my opinion, if your going to take the time and invest the money in a new barrel, you are far better off going completely though the barreled receiver right off the bat.
I would recommend a receiver accurizing, aftermarket recoil lug, Sako extractor and trigger job on top of the barrel work.
The receiver is your foundation and just like a house, if the foundation is not square, nothing will be from that point on either!! Just headaches down the road.
I do not like talking specific prices in public forums. Drop me an e-mail and I can get you exactly what I would charge for such work. Just not professional to talk numbers in public in my opinion.
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