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A few good men

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by N. J. BOB, Mar 24, 2008.

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  1. N. J. BOB

    N. J. BOB Active Member

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    There are always a few, I shall speak of two. Ed Yanchok of NJ is one of those good men. I asked him to refinish the wood on my gun and he did not just a good job, he did and excellent job. Doug Braker of MN is another one of those good men. I asked him about re doing both the outside metal and all inside springs on the same gun. I received it back about a week ago and once again and excelent job.

    A few days after I received the gun back from Doug I went out to the patterning board to re set up the POI baised on a study I did before sending the gun to Ed. Using those POI sheets I was able to bring the gun back to a POI that I like for my sight picture. I then shot a round and ran the 25. I am now a happy guy....

    Thank you Ed & Doug and all the rest for listening...
     
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  3. ec90t

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    While I agree whole hardidly about finding the good ones. I've not done business with either Doug or Ed, but I've have heard quite a few excellent comments about both.

    If I could add a couple myself to this thread, Dennis Devault and Tron. Both have recently helped me out and did outstanding work to boot.

    The shotgun shooting community as a whole is full of good people.

    ec90t
     
  4. N. J. BOB

    N. J. BOB Active Member

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    ps I had my gun in hand in both cases before I paid a dime. The charges in both cases were very reasonable, but don't ask it's a state secret...
     
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