Smith local to Portland to perm attach flash hider?

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  1. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Do any of you know a competent gunsmith local to Portland (preferably south a bit more) that can permanently install a flash hider on my Colt 14.5" M4 upper? I paid a lot of money for it and I don't want to take it just anywhere, yet I don't want to pay the shipping costs to send it out.
     
  2. coctailer

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    Get ahold of Scott at Fortmoe Arms. He is very close to you.

    www.fortmoe.com
     
  3. bigblue

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    Rich's Gun Shop, in Donald. Just south of Wilsonville. They do great work.
     
  4. Doubletap

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    Went to Rich's in Donald this afternoon.. $90..and they need your upper or barrel for 2 weeks.. Thinkin I can do better than that..price..and turnaround time..
     
  5. coctailer

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  6. sweetbeard

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    So what happened?
     
  7. Joe Link

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    It's with Scott (FortMoe) right now :D
     
  8. sweetbeard

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    Cool I just sent him an e-mail about some work I need done.... THX
     

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