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Ron Burgundy

Gunsmith recommendations

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Ron Burgundy

Does anybody have any recommendations for a gunsmith in the Roch-Winona area? I gotta get my 870 barrel to stop twisting and get the scope right.

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big drift

South of Brainerd the only guys I would trust is Ahlman's in Morristown, but I am biased. wink.gif

bd

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harvey lee

Morristown is GOOd.I have been very happy with the rifle work they did for me. smile.gif

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Steve Gorder

Ron;

What're you doing this weekend? Maybe get a couple more of those stands hung?

Steve

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FarByondDrivn

I know Dale's Gun Shop used to do quite a bit of smithing out of Rochester. They are located behind Fleet Farm.

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Ron Burgundy

I might be working both saturday and sunday. Most likely saturday at least. Sunday if not working, taking mom to La Crosse.

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walerak

Roch has coyote creek outdoors. it is actually dales gun shop, but they moved and changed their name. Clint is a master at what he does with a gun there. they're located across 63 from fleetfarm.

There's another shop in zumbrota that i think does gunsmithing.

Ahlmans in morristown is also a good one, they can litterally do anything possible there. but the price is higher.

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Steve Gorder

OK, might hunt your stand Sunday.

Steve

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Ron Burgundy

What time? Maybe I'll drop off the ratchet strap and You can put it on before You climb in.

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Big D 1

My money is on Ahlmans...used to deal with them when we had our gunsmithing shop...when we got too much, we would ship some over to Morristown. Wild Goose (Ralph) in Rochester is a good guy...does Ernie still work on the relics?

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