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Brandon Jones email@example.com
04-28-2012 4:46:57 AM CST
Jim threaded a Rem 597 for me. His communication was great as was the turn around time. The finished job looks like factory. Jim is a professional. Thanks
03-05-2012 7:04:38 PM CST
I had Jim cut down and thread a Ruger 10/22 barrel, a few months ago, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. I was looking for a threaded 16” barrel for use with a sound suppressor and I decided to take a chance on a recommendation. Jim cut the barrel down, made a thread protector, re-crowned the muzzle, remounted the front sight and cut threads to my specifications. His service was excellent and his turn around time was as stated. Based on my experience, I would highly recommend his services.
Chip Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
01-28-2012 6:52:47 PM CST
I did a lot of research before I chose someone to thread the barrel of my Ruger Mark III. Everyone pointed me in Jim's direction and now I know why. He is probably the best in the business. Excellent quality work, quick turn-around, and very reasonably priced. My heartfelt thanks to him!
10-05-2011 4:25:22 AM CST
Jim did an awesome job on a Ruger MKIII for me (5.5 inch bull cut to 4.5 inches, threaded). The threads were perfectly made and the thread protector is a very nice design. Additionally, his service was extremely quick and communicative. The crown of the pistol was nicely done at a target angle and the thread protector is designed to protect the crown as well. The sights were aligned and the pistol shot excellently with a suppressor.
William Hobbs email@example.com
08-05-2011 2:34:09 PM CST
Jim has done several projects for me. Although I have tried others, I have found that his work far surpasses the work of any one else I have ever found. I highly recommend him. You can contact me for pictures of the wonderful, high quality and affordable work he has done for me. I will never use anyone else.
07-31-2011 1:22:56 PM CST
Jim did a great job of threading the barrel on my Ruger Mk II. With the front sight setback, it was a way more complicated procedure than I thought it would be.