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    need to get some work done, rebarrel, anyone know a good 98 guy

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    Default Arctic Gun Works in Fairbainks...

    Quote Originally Posted by akspecialus View Post
    need to get some work done, rebarrel, anyone know a good 98 guy
    Not sure where your located but Gary Junk @ Arctic Gun Works in Fairbanks would be a good guy to try. He does alot with mauser's, sako's, ruger's and weatherby's. Always been fair with me.

    http://www.arcticgunworks.com/

    Jake

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZ_IN_AK View Post
    Not sure where your located but Gary Junk @ Arctic Gun Works in Fairbanks would be a good guy to try. He does alot with mauser's, sako's, ruger's and weatherby's. Always been fair with me.

    http://www.arcticgunworks.com/

    Jake
    In anchorage, I had a guys number that does alot of them and lost it

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    Give Stan Jackson a call at 250-0252. He has done all of my gun smithing for the past 15+ years. His work is excellent, and his prices are fair. Be sure to get directions to his shop...it is located behind his home in south Anchorage. You'll be happy with Stan. His work is well known and respected by many. In fact, Sportsmen's Warehouse uses him any time they have a smithing need.

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    Might try Alaska Custom Firearms. They are a sponsor here.
    Hehas a good rep & the little of his work I've handled has been top notch.

    http://www.alaskacustomfirearms.com/
    Vance in AK.

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    "But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you."

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    If you're willing to look towards the Outside, I highly reccomend http://losokcustomarms.com/index.php

    He build me a WWII German K98, but here's the catch... it's left handed. He took a modern-day Charles-Daily mauser receiver (when they were still in business) and transplanted it onto a pre'43 K98k rifle.

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    I'll check the suggestions. The throat is shot out of my 25-06. Since it's an old spotorized with the great old wood I want to bring it new life.

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    Steve at AK custom has 3 of my mausers right now (from small work and 1 is a full blown custom). I like his work.

    Stan is also excellant.

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