Good smiths in MT or ND

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  1. highdrum

    highdrum Well-Known Member

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    Could you guys point me into a good direction for a high quality smith in Montana or North Dakota region? South Dakota and Wyoming are options as well.

    Thanks guys!
     
  2. Coyboy

    Coyboy Well-Known Member

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    go to the home page,
    Click on Sponsors,
    Find SSG (Nathan Dagley)ND
    Find Allen Percision, (Kirby Allen)MT
     

  3. Tikkamike

    Tikkamike Well-Known Member

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    trevor rosencrans with cloud peak gun works basin wyoming 307 272 9721
     
  4. bigngreen

    bigngreen Well-Known Member

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    Seeing an other gunsmith point you to another says a lot in my opinion, about all of them!!
     
  5. royinidaho

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    There sure ain't nothin' wrong with Jim See!!

    Also it isn't all that necessary to be very close to the smith. If I were close I'd most probably become a PITA in short order.:rolleyes:
     
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    NesikaChad Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I own a shop located in Sturgis, SD. I offer the full gamut of services.

    What do you have in mind?
     
  9. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    +1 on Jim See and Roy's correct in that your smith doesn't have to be close...just one that's at the top of his game. Kirby Allen's doing my build and based on where I live you can't get any further away in the continental US. Roy, I guess I'm similar to you in that if my smith was too close I'd probably be underfoot all the time and drive the smith crazy.