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I'm looking for a gunsmith in Az to work on a Winchester mod 1897.   First choice is  a phone number or email for Johnny Meadows, next would be for another good smith to work magic on this old shotgun.  I'm trying not having to ship the gun. 

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Get ahold of Squibber in Casa Grande.  97s are his specialty.

 

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Jim Lincoln Cowboys and Indian store 714-210-2720

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Coyote Gunworks (next to AJI sports )  ( Pleasant Valley Kid )Apache Junction ,AZ.   Bob @ 480-322-5819 

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1 hour ago, Buck Double-Ought Shot said:

I'm looking for a gunsmith in Az to work on a Winchester mod 1897.   First choice is  a phone number or email for Johnny Meadows, next would be for another good smith to work magic on this old shotgun.  I'm trying not having to ship the gun. 

Last I heard JM was selling his Verde Valley home and moving to Tucson.

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Johnny did move to Tucson and have his contact info thanks for the help

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:FlagAm::FlagAm::FlagAm::FlagAm:

Casa Grande has fine 1897 mechanic.  Tom (Squibber) will fix you up.

 

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Another thumbs up for Coyote Gunworks in Apache Junction.

Pleasant Valley Kid does great work on cowboy guns as well as other types.

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Thanks for all of the suggestions.  I've got it handled.

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21 hours ago, Cholla said:

Last I heard JM was selling his Verde Valley home and moving to Tucson.

He did and is now settled and starting to work on guns again

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