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I have a pre 1920's Winchester model 1894. Finally going to have some work done to it in order to get it back in shape (sight fixed/replaced, new ejectors). This is an old gun with a pile of family history. It belongs in the woods and not collecting dust on the shelf. I can't break the bank on repairs, but I want someone who will do a good job. Recommendations?
 

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Blue Mountain Sports(Gordon whittman),very good gunsmith and reasonable.
I agree. Blue Mountain Sports.
I wouldn't trust anybody in Fredericton with your gun.
Blue Mountain number is 468-2919.
 

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Yeah I don't want to offend anyone, but the people I have heard of from up this way haven't really had ringing endorsements. Then again I have only heard of a few names. I will be contacting Blue Mountain Sports. Thanks SIMPLELIFE and slinger.
 

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Just had a 223 rechambered to 22br by gord, and another 223 rechambered to 22-250ai.
He does great work, all my shooting buddies like him as well.
He is very busy, I hope your'e not in a rush!
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Cdog, I am in no rush, but I just want it done right. It was my great grandfathers gun. Apparently it helped feed many homes in the area where he lived back in the day. I think it deserves to hunt again!

Sounds like I should be making a trip to Blue Mountain Sports!
 
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