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I have started collecting vintage american (early 1900) single barrel trap shotguns. One of the issues with these guns are often throw levers left of center and/or slightly loose locking blocks. I am having a difficult time of finding a gunsmith service that will work and repair these older guns. Does anyone have a recommendation?
 

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I have started collecting vintage american (early 1900) single barrel trap shotguns. One of the issues with these guns are often throw levers left of center and/or slightly loose locking blocks. I am having a difficult time of finding a gunsmith service that will work and repair these older guns. Does anyone have a recommendation?
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I have started collecting vintage american (early 1900) single barrel trap shotguns. One of the issues with these guns are often throw levers left of center and/or slightly loose locking blocks. I am having a difficult time of finding a gunsmith service that will work and repair these older guns. Does anyone have a recommendation?
Any good tool and die shop can weld up the worn areas with TIG and regrind to establish the off center lock just like new.
 
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