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I just wanted to say (after reading a few posts).
Some guns should NOT be worked on by anybody but JUST BY A QUILAFIED GUNSMITH!!
If you break into a gun you do not understand or have never broken down before then you are headed towards a disaster.
You WILL shoot parts and springs across the room and into your eyes and IF you get it apart the chances you get it back together right are slim.
I WILL SAY THIS. WORKING ON A GUN YOU ARE NOT FIMIULAR WITH IS VERY DANGEROUS.
I went to school and have been doing this for many years and there are still guns that come into my shop I have never worked on and these guns take me 3 to 5 times longer to get done due to the steps I have to take to do it right.
So if you insist on doing my job do it at your own risk.
REMEBER If you do not know what you are doing you could die or kill the person next to you when you try to fire it after you put it together wrong.
Some guns are easy and some are nightmares EVEN for a gunsmith.
You will not hear me talk about how to adjust my valves on my car because I do not how to do it and I know my limits.
KNOW YOUR LIMITS.
If I get a gun brought to me in parts because the owner "THOUGHT" he could do it cost $50-$100 more then it would cost if he just brought it to me to begin with.
AGAIN DO NOT WORK ON YOUR GUN UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
It can cost you more then money it can cost you your LIFE.
A gun can kill. It is not a toy and should be treated as such.
Mike
PS- This should be a sticky that all should be read BEFORE they break a gun open.
 
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