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Unread 02-25-2011, 11:40 PM
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lookig for gunsmith ?

looking for a good gunsmith in los angles area , last two i used could have givin the rifle to the homeless on the corner it would have got the same result thanks
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    Unread 02-26-2011, 08:36 AM
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    Re: lookig for gunsmith ?

    You'll get better help if you say what work you need done. The best gunsmiths tend to specialize.
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    Unread 02-26-2011, 01:34 PM
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    send it to kevin cram he is a sponser on this site .
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    Unread 02-26-2011, 04:18 PM
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    Re: lookig for gunsmith ?

    want to get my new rem700 7mm rem reamed out to 7STW and some action work
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    You'll get better help if you say what work you need done. The best gunsmiths tend to specialize.
    I'm with Nomad on this one. You may have to look further than your area to find a smith that will accurately do the work. I have sent rifles to Texas, Penn, and Washington state to have the work performed by the right person. Read some of the reviews here and on some of the other sites, then make calls to your short list and find one that you would like to work with.
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    I'm with Nomad on this one. You may have to look further than your area to find a smith that will accurately do the work. I have sent rifles to Texas, Penn, and Washington state to have the work performed by the right person. Read some of the reviews here and on some of the other sites, then make calls to your short list and find one that you would like to work with.
    yep i send my guns to PA was just looking , cheaper to ship then drive with gas prices $4.10 for diesel, so how many billions profit think they are making
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    yep i send my guns to PA was just looking , cheaper to ship then drive with gas prices $4.10 for diesel, so how many billions profit think they are making

    I know what you mean. Last week I paid $3.79 for diesel and felt like I stole it since it was by far the cheapest around.
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