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  • Wolfwood

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    as i mentioned in the introductions portion, i'm an aspiring gunsmith.
    luckily, there are quite a few gun enthusiasts in my family that have taken to handing over their hunting rifles and defense handguns, and even a few shotguns, for me to clean. ive become rather proficient in browning hipower mossberg 500s ruger mini30s and mini14s bolt actions and ar15 type weapons. so if anyone needs a drop off / pick up cleaning service drop me a line! great source of experiance. and cheap service ofcourse.

    also looking for old rifles and revolver that are out of working order or jsut unreliable to buy and tinker with, accurize and generally fix.

    any takers or any offers?
     

    Wolfwood

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    haha yeah i guess that would make sense.
    new braunfels area austin san marcos and san antonio are the big cities near here.
     

    thorkyl

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    mmm, business opportunity... mobile gunsmith. I like the idea.
    Make a deal with the local outdoor range see if they will let you set up shop on a Saturday.

    I am further out than Houston from you...
     
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