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vonsmith
06-07-2006, 11:18 AM
My friend's Remington Wingmaster 12 gauge pump had a choke tube drilled into the end of it and it was never done quite right. After 25 years or so, it doesn't look so good. Can someone recommend a good gunsmith with shotgun expertise in the Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley area?

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Thanks,


=vonsmith=

glen avon
06-07-2006, 11:18 AM
hans vang at vang comp.

sargenv
06-07-2006, 11:57 AM
Briley did a great job installing a screw in choke on my 20 gauge Wingmaster 30" full barrel some years ago. It wasn't inexpensive, but they did a great job and as I recall the turnaround time was acceptable.

Vince

Hunter
06-07-2006, 1:30 PM
My friend's Remington Wingmaster 12 gauge pump had a choke tube drilled into the end of it and it was never done quite right. After 25 years or so, it doesn't look so good. Can someone recommend a good gunsmith with shotgun expertise in the Los Angeles/San Fernando Valley area?

PM if you like or post.

Thanks,


=vonsmith=

Sorry, don't know of any in Socal. But I bet your friend could just buy a replacement barrel for less than getting a gunsmith to rethread/rechoke the barrel. I saw some yesterday (12ga barrels) that were running $160-$180 for a new barrel with remchokes.

Bob Hostetter
06-09-2006, 9:28 AM
Give Dave Lawver a call at 626-859-0299