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Gunsmith Shotgun work

Looking to have a Remington 1100 barrel cut and tapped for chokes, any idea of the cost and a good shop to have it done at I am located in Lawrence County (1A) area

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It sounds like your mind's made up and you've done your homework, but check your references, though, because everything I've heard is to stay away from that on an 1100 barrel - the walls are too thin to do it well, so I've been told.

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Call or email Briley, and see what they have to say about it......

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Go on Remingtons website and find the phone number for the custom shop and ask them. If it can be done, they can do it

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Call John Bengal,,,,804 337 2960... One of the best and wont kill your pocket book....
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It sounds like your mind's made up and you've done your homework, but check your references, though, because everything I've heard is to stay away from that on an 1100 barrel - the walls are too thin to do it well, so I've been told.
I wish some one would have told me that...I been doing them for 22 years. $125.00 with 3 chokes

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$125 with 3 chokes is pretty cheap.
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