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    Default Gunsmith recommendation?

    A friend of mine has a Remington 700 that the bolt handle has separated from the bolt body. He's traveling into ANC in two weeks and wishes for it to be repaired. Who should he take it to?

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    The Kid at WWG.He could probably send it to him and pick it up and bring it home with him
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    I use Precision Arms - honest and reasonable fellow.

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    For Remington bolts no one is better or comes more highly recommended than http://www.accu-tig.com/
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    Steve at AK Custom Firearms is great.
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    Another vote for Accu-Tig. Just mail it to him and he'll have it back quick.

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    Just send it to acu-tig. He's done hundreds, if not thousands of Rem bolt handles. I'm a firm believer in sending stuff to the guy that "does that".
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    Andy Hawk 562-0881. I have a lot of confidence in his work. Steve at Alaska Custom is great also.

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    I had one done by accu-tig last winter. I took to him in person since I was in Fairbanks. Very happy with the service and finished product.
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    +1 for Andy Hawk

    Hawk's Gunsmithing, Tracks Of Alaska 644 Fischer Avenue

    Anchorage, AK 99518-1845

    Anchorage, AK Metro Area
    Phone: (907) 562-0881

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    Another +1 for accu-tig. Straight shooter and knows his business.

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