What is the typical turnaround time for something like a simple trigger job and dehorning? I'm looking at a TRP and it has all the features I like.Originally posted by RickB:
[BThe wait for the gun was over a year, so consider that when choosing your 'smith, too.[/B]
Originally posted by RickB:
Every gunsmith is local to someone! Dane is local to me. I put a few rounds through a Burns gun recently (see "Gilbert Gun" thread at pistolsmith.com). It is smooth and solid. The wait for the gun was over a year, so consider that when choosing your 'smith, too.
A TRP comes with factory dehorning and the trigger pull is supposed to be about 4.5 lbs.Originally posted by Skunkabilly:
What is the typical turnaround time for something like a simple trigger job and dehorning? I'm looking at a TRP and it has all the features I like.
Have a Kimber Compact with Steve Morrision right now. Soon to be finished. Steve has been very generous with his time (my calls to him, e-mails). He has called me several time with updates and suggestions for me to consider. I had asked the barrel be replaced in this pistol. Steve being a far more experienced 1911 shooter than myself shot the pistol when it first arrived. He said that he would replace the barrel if if wanted him to but his recommendation to me was keep it. He could not see any accuracy benefit to the swap and felt my money better spent some place else. His communication skills and the simple fact he could have made more money (but did not) by simply installing a new barrel and charging me for it has given me a real positive experience with MD LABS.Originally posted by Rosco Benson: