Re: How to handle problems with gunsmith?
Ditto on what sinarms posted. I think you should try to get a refund on what you paid this hack to do, but quite honestly I don't think any amount of tweaking could have made the Win shoot well. If you can get a refund, put the money towards a new rifle and save the old Win for a custom gun build in the future. Most of the over the counter rifles on the market shoot better than most shooters since the advent of CNC machining and therefore I don't think you will be hard pressed to find one that would work for you. I consider the Ruger American rifles to be the best bang for the buck these days. The American has a receiver machine from a steel billet and v-block action bedding. I have witnessed three shoots touching at 200 yds from one chambered in 30/06 with my own hand load recipe.