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Does anyone know of a good smith in the KC area? I have a rifle that needs to be cleaned in ways I cant get to. Yes I am new here so be easy on the newb.:peepwall:
 

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It is a Saiga 7.62 x 39 conversion "Ak-74 Clone".
 

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I am goin to try to post a pic.
 

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Gunsmithing Only. Johnson Dr. & Maple in Mission, KS. One block west of Nall on Johnson DR.
 

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here is a pic

[file]94501[/file]
 

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This fine lady has never jammed on me after about 900 rounds and it is a certified brown downer.
 

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I would like for them to take out the trigger mech. to get down in the places i cant clean. I do not have the proper tools and the gas piston needs to be changed. The existing one has pits on the shaft. Plus I would like for her to have a new coat.:D
 

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Thanks mailman I'll check em out.
 

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[rquote=1582889&tid=109877&author=I.O.D.]Thanks mailman I'll check em out.[/rquote]

I haven't had any gunsmithing done there but they did re blue on my Remington 1100 for me.

[file]94527[/file]
 

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nice:eek::
 

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One word, GUNSCRUBBER. It's all you need, and cheaper than a trip to the gunsmith. Take it apart, like you would for normal cleaning, and use the Gunscrubber to get into the nooks and crannys. Just hose it out with GS, let it evaporate, lube it up and you're good to go.
 
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