Puget Sound area gunsmith?

Discussion in 'Business Discussion & Reviews' started by doubleactiononly, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. doubleactiononly

    doubleactiononly
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    I'd like a beavertail fitted to my 1911.. Not a "hard" job, but definitely one that benefits from an attention-oriented smith. I know a lot of gunshops have smiths, but I've read bad stuff here and there about some of them. I only found one guy not associated with a shop, Dane Burns. Anyone have any words of praise for a good job done for a reasonable price?

    thanks in advance
     
  2. wichaka

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    Dane is a good one....he does quality work.
     
  3. Hotwheelz

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    Bruce Jackson at the Marksmen in puyallp is outstanding with 1911's nice guy and stands behind his work.
     
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  5. wichaka

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    Can't for the life of me figure out why I keep forgetting Bruce...we even shoot together sometimes.

    Maybe because we shoot and don't 'smith together....

    Yep, give Bruce Jackson a call....he's a good one.
     
  6. doubleactiononly

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    Glad to hear it .. I just dropped my 1911 and a revolver off with Bruce yesterday. I even learned a few things just watching him examine/function test my guns

    He was quite taken by the revolver (a pinned and recessed S&W Model 17) :D
     

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