Thread: LOCAL GUNSMITH
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Old November 24, 1998, 07:24 PM   #4
George Stringer
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It depends on the job. There are a lot of gun projects that don't take anything more than a few simple tools, a good reference and patience. But, the best rule of thumb is read how it's done, what's required etc., and if it sounds like something that you can do yourself then try. But, anything that could concievably compromise the safety of a firearm should definitely be left to a gunsmith. George

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