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    Default Mike Conner- Juneau Gunsmith?

    Dear Shooting folks,

    I was wondering if Mike Conner- a gunsmith from Juneau- continues to ply his trade?

    I found a gun that he built on the Champlin Firearms site.

    He looked like he knew his stuff.
    Any comments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaboku68 View Post
    Dear Shooting folks,

    I was wondering if Mike Conner- a gunsmith from Juneau- continues to ply his trade?

    I found a gun that he built on the Champlin Firearms site.

    He looked like he knew his stuff.
    Any comments.
    I don't know anything about the man, except who ever picked that hunk of wood spent some money on that French blank. The metal work looks vary good, from what little I can see from a picture. If this was in a desirable caliber, I would expect the price to be north of 6K. You would spend more than 2K for a blank like that today.

    Thanks for posting the eye candy.
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    Conner is long gone from Juneau and I'm not sure if he did metal but had a very good rep for wood on pre 64 M70s. The wood is Northern California English Walnut - nothing French about it. Major C

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