M1 Garand Gunsmith Polk County

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M1 Garand Gunsmith Polk County

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Hey guys,
Does anyone know of a good gunsmith that does good work on M1 Garand in the Polk County area?
Thanks Lakelandman
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lakelandman wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 10:41 am
Hey guys,
Does anyone know of a good gunsmith that does good work on M1 Garand in the Polk County area?
Thanks Lakelandman
Bruce Dow in Dade City is the closest I know of, but he's worth the trip.

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Odessaman wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:45 pm
lakelandman wrote:
Sun Mar 17, 2019 10:41 am
Hey guys,
Does anyone know of a good gunsmith that does good work on M1 Garand in the Polk County area?
Thanks Lakelandman
Bruce Dow in Dade City is the closest I know of, but he's worth the trip.
Thank you so much that worth the drive for me.
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George
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Bruce Dow literally wrote the book on accurizing the M1. Get it to him soon. He gets really backed up when hunting season approaches.
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What type of work do you need done?

I'll agree with everyone that Dow is the best around, but are you willing to be without your Garand for (possibly) many months for what could be a simple fix with a fast turnaround?

I know one of the best MOPAR guys in the business.....does world class restorations on Hemi cars....but I'm not going to get on his waiting list just to get a tire changed

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Villafuego wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:02 pm
What type of work do you need done?

I'll agree with everyone that Dow is the best around, but are you willing to be without your Garand for (possibly) many months for what could be a simple fix with a fast turnaround?

I know one of the best MOPAR guys in the business.....does world class restorations on Hemi cars....but I'm not going to get on his waiting list just to get a tire changed
Hello,
Thanks for the heads up I talked to my FFL dealer and he will check it out for me I can't wait months on ends for it.
Thanks for everyone's response
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Call Bruce at Dow Arms Room and ask him how long the job you are looking for will take. I've had him do work for me and it didn't take that long. Talk to him before you write him off. He and his wife Alice are nice people.

Steve

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Thank Steve will do.
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My FFL looked at and was able to fix it thanks everyone for your input.
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lakelandman wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2019 6:25 am
My FFL looked at and was able to fix it thanks everyone for your input.
Curious, what was broke?

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