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Someone to clean valuable shotgun #7781425 03/22/20 07:11 PM
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I have a Berettal Silver Hawk, that my son inherrited, that i need thoroughly cleaned professionally, since valuable gun that we are trying to preserve well. Any recommendations? Im in denton/sanger area.

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contact Jackson Arms, if they are open. They have a gunsmith who is very familiar working on fine, old firearms. I may have his card somewhere


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I believe the first person I’d contact would be our very own TDK.


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If you're in denton my vote is Larry Pockrus

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Does anyone have the skinny on Larry Pockrus? I recently read on THF that he went blind and has retired. He has done some trigger work, shortened a couple of stocks and installed a couple of grind to fit recoil pads for me. I was very satisfied with his work and his rates were excellent.


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