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Thread: Recommend a gunsmith

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    Recommend a gunsmith

    Any recommendations for a great gunsmith to change some parts and springs on the Hi Power?

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    Don Williams of Action Works, an artistic BHP mechanic who's also a real gentleman...can't recommend Don enough .....

    http://theactionworks.com/browning-hi-power/

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    Don't take it to your local gun mechanic unless he is known for quality work, quickly done and reasonably priced. I know of no such person in my area and would heed Submoa's advice.

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    I can highly recommend Don Williams. You would be far better off spending some money with Don and getting the pistol you need and want rather than spending a TON of money ($3195) with Nighthawk (in your companion thread) and getting a pistol you might want (if you can afford it) but don't necessarily need. IMO, there is a lot of fluff on the NH's.

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