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Flint & Frizzen

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 3200 tony, Apr 8, 2010.

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  1. 3200 tony

    3200 tony TS Member

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    Has anyone had dealings with Flint & Frizzen Gun Shop in Clarkston, MI.

    A friend of mine sent his Remington 700 there to have a muzzle brake installed. This was done just before winter came in. He was promised he would have it back before spring in time for spring shooting. As of yet the gun is not finished, my friend states the they say they will get to it as soon as they can. I remember reading about a few shops that went out of business, causing gun owners grief in getting their guns returned.

    My friend is getting anxious and would like to have his gun.

    Any info would be appreciated

    Thanks

    Tony
     
  2. m70win

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    I know he has been at same location for many years.

    Tim
     
  3. englishupland

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    I've dealt with him before with pretty good results. They have been there for years, but I havn't been to the shop since August 09
     
  4. twotimer

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    Try r.w. hart next time. They are custom barrel makers & true gunsmiths. They are easy to work with and do what they say when they say. Google them-they are in Pa. Mike
     
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