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Unread 07-24-2021, 09:54 PM   #1
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Looking to do some restoration on a few Winchester 22 Pumps.

1890's, 1906, 61&62's

Anyone have any suggestions of who to use?

I do not want to use Turnbull.

Thanks in advance.

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Turnbull does very nice Winchester restorations.





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I agree. However, the cost will far outweigh the value.
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Doug Turnbull's estimate to turn my 16" bbld takedown 1886 Winchester .33wcf converted to a .45-90 "guide gun" before there was such a thing to a basic hex-bbld .45-70 carbine was $7500. Too steep for this boy. Would make a great airplane gun, but just too expensive.
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Mike Hunter is THE best Winchester smith!
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I still have his number that you gave me Edgar.....
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Check with Roger Eubanks at Eubanksgunsmithing.com Has years of experience restoring Winchesters...

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