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Ralph Wiggum

Metro Gunsmith

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I've got an old shotgun that I would like to have checked out by a good gunsmith. Anyone know of any in the metro (west side, preferably) that are good with old guns?

I'm not a hunter, so I don't know much about these things.

Thanks!

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St. Bonifacius, across the street from the laundry mat, in down town. Gun- smith is down stairs in the back end of the building. In front above is just retail gun shop. This gun-smith has a very good reputation for quality work.

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That would be Palmer Rasor. He,s a good smith. I used to work with him many years back. Now that I'm out of the business, he gets all my gun problems.

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Is that Gun Stop West?

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Odenthal's in Lakeville - if not too far south.

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