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Looking for a good gunsmith @ Montgomery County

I'm looking for a good gunsmith in the Montgomery County or Bucks County area.
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Re: Looking for a good gunsmith @ Montgomery County

Vic Falli in Royersford is pretty good. I recently had a rifle worked on by Mason Arms in Chalfont and they did good work. They only do gunsmithing and custom builds.
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Re: Looking for a good gunsmith @ Montgomery County

I wasn't impressed with Vic. I gave him my Savage rifle because Savage would not sell me the sear that broke on my rifle to a non FFL. Vic took forever and never did order the part for me. I ended up finding the part online and doing the repair myself, which is what I wanted to do all along, but since Savage would only sell certain parts to FFL holders, I couldn't purchase one directly from Savage.

Michael Hane is in Mongomery Co...I've spoken to him on the phone and he is monotone. I heard he's alright, but I wasn't impressed with his converation.

There is a guy on PAFOA that's near us and he does good work. I believe his name is Shaun and I believe his ID on PAFOA is "CDI" or something along those lines.

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Vic Falli in Royersford is pretty good. I recently had a rifle worked on by Mason Arms in Chalfont and they did good work. They only do gunsmithing and custom builds.
I'm not sure what you are looking to have done, but I've used Randy Hollowbush to have a barrel threaded. His wait time is pretty long, but work is good. Website [censored].
http://www.the-handgunner.com/about-us/

Honestly, unless it's a quick project...why not consider sending it out? I'd rather ship item to a reputable gunsmith for specific work..than limit myself to two counties.

There are a lot of good gunsmith's in PA, but it really depends on what you need to have done to the firearm.

I'm not a fan of shipping firearms and waiting, but if I want something done in a specific way...I'd ship.
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