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Old 05-26-2018, 10:30 AM
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Are there any gunsmiths in the Sacramento area who do Pin and Welds on AR barrels?

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Try MTG Firearms in Elk Grove.

As for Bob.

Address: 9174 Franklin Blvd B, Elk Grove, CA 95758
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Try MTG Firearms in Elk Grove. They just established a gunsmith operation with some talented folks.

As for Bob.

Address: 9174 Franklin Blvd B, Elk Grove, CA 95758
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Any competent welder can do it. Drill small hole thru muzzlebrake into threads of barrel .80 drop small piece of weld rod into it and neatly plug wld with tig. Just do not be foolish and take entire ar to him only the upper.I drilled a 3/32" hole and cut off a little piece of 6 penny nail.
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