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I've been going to Old mill for a long time (since the 90's) now. The owner recently passed away, so you don't have to choke on the smell of cigar smoke, when you go in. Sorry Ron, RIP. However the crew there is top notch. Linda, Floyd and a few other employees that I've known for a long time, are great people to talk to. Their prices are high, when compared to the local Bi-Mart. But sometimes you'll find a treasure that you have to take home. I've been known to buy some of Floyd's old books from time to time. I usually go in about every saturday and look through the store. I wouldn't do a private transfer there, as their prices are way too high. But, if I were wanting to get some advice on pre 64 model 70's, I'd go in and hit Floyd (the gunsmith) up. He's a wealth of knowledge when it comes to working on and collecting fine firearms. Go check it out, if you are ever in The Dalles. You might find something you like or can't live without.
The last I was there, they sold used guns, handled transfer services, did gunsmithing, and had ammo. Prices on used guns were quite reasonable and I picked up a revolver. The cost for FFL transfers was, at least at that time, nuts. I never availed myself of their gunsmthing services, though I do recall talking about a project with them.