I have a couple of guns that need to be repaired and I am looking for a good gunsmith. The one that has the worst problem is my Winchester .22 model 1906 in half nickle. The breech bolt assembly has two tangs that are at right angles to it that are supposed to fit in grooved channels in the side frame of the receiver. One is bent and not riding in the groove. This is one that probably requires the most experience with this model gun. This gun has been in my family since 1924 and I have had it since 1963. Second is a mid 1950's single shot 16 gauge J C Higgins that the firing pin doesn't fire all the time. My dad won this, a .22 bolt action rifle and a 5HP Scott-Attwater outboard motor selling magazine subscriptions. I was 4 at the time and in later years he said the value of his prizes was far more the the value of the magazine subscriptions. The .22 rifle was stolen in the only burglary my folks ever had. Last I have an Uberti 1848 .32 cal Baby Dragoon. I bought an R&D .32 S&W short cartridge conversion cylinder that needs to be fitted to the gun. If anybody has suggestions as to a good gunsmith or gunsmiths that could handle these problems without costing a fortune I would appreciate their names. Thank you.