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Unread 10-10-2023, 09:37 PM   #1
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Need to know if this is fixable, and who can do it.
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Brian Board or up in Maine Steve Dalzell.

I know Brian Dudley can do it but he’ll have to say how busy he may or may not be right now.





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I wonder if insurance will cover it?
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Call your insurance company…





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That's a shame. Good luck on your repair.
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I would use Dennis Smith (The Stock Doctor) Phone (541) 483-2182. He also has a web site.
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Thanks Buddy, I got a referral from a friend, retired gunsmith Toby Leeds, and have spoken to Dennis. He sounds like a hell of a good guy.
He said that he might not be able to fix this one, but will take a look.
Worst case, I have a stock blank from Cecil Fredi that I have been sitting on for about 30 years, so if it's appropriate for this gun that's the way we will go.
BTW, I called my insurance agent's office, (State Farm) and they are temporarily down do to some sort of water emergency.
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I wonder if insurance will cover it?
Do you have Collision on it ?
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Did you fall with the gun or the gun fall over out of a rack?
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I store my guns muzzle down in the safe. This one tipped over out of the safe, and landed on the floor, which is ceramic tile.
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