GunsnFreedom

Local Compliance Work

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In Northern (Morris Co) NJ, where is the best place to get compliance work done?  I need a muzzle break pinned and welded.  Every time I've contacted RTSP it's weeks to get it done.  I know they send it out, so I'm not blaming them, just wondering if anywhere is quicker.

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9 minutes ago, GunsnFreedom said:

In Northern (Morris Co) NJ, where is the best place to get compliance work done?  I need a muzzle break pinned and welded.  Every time I've contacted RTSP it's weeks to get it done.  I know they send it out, so I'm not blaming them, just wondering if anywhere is quicker.

@JT Custom Guns does excellent work. But he is not right next door.

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2 hours ago, Matroskin said:

G&s Hunters in Paterson. Very positive experience.

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I bought a rifle from Luciano's in Lodi who uses G&S for his gunsmith work, top notch work. 

Cheyenne Firearms in Manville does great work too. I had him repin my stock for me recently.

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