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Clio's Gunsmithing...........???

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Unread 02-10-2014, 12:15 AM
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Clio's Gunsmithing...........???

I found Clio's gunsmithing webpage, and after looking at his prices.....75.00 for chambering a barrel....I am wondering if this can be too good to be true. Anyone who has dealt with this Gentleman feel free to add your opinions, positive and negative.
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    Unread 02-10-2014, 09:17 AM
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    Re: Clio's Gunsmithing...........???

    Looks like he's been around for awhile. Perhaps others in the area esp those with actual experience will chime in.

    I'm just guessing but the $75 for chambering might just be for that part of the process and I would ask exactly the end cost would be for whatever work you need completed. For instance, I have my rifle re-barreled and my gunsmith charged me $250 for the following. If I use Clio's prices it would go something like this ...

    $ 75 - chamber
    $ 35 - true receiver face
    $ 15 - head space
    $ 35 - cut and crown barrel
    $160
    $ 90 - true and thread barrel
    $250

    Contact him for sure for clarification.

    Good luck!
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    Re: Clio's Gunsmithing...........???

    It always looked like he broke down every process and priced it for you. But as already said get a verification of what it would be.
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