Cus­tomers with an old gun, ask your­self, what are you try­ing to achieve?

Shooting Gazette - - Shoot Briefing -

You may have an older gun in need of a small amount of work so it can be used safely and re­li­ably. Al­ter­na­tively, you may want a full ren­o­va­tion to get the gun in the best pos­si­ble con­di­tion. What­ever, al­ways get the gun in­spected first by a com­pe­tent crafts­man. Gen­er­ally, British guns are more ex­pen­sive to ren­o­vate as parts are not off-the-shelf items but there are some jobs that are the same cost what­ever the gun. Re­plac­ing a stock can be ex­pen­sive. I have seen a lot of bro­ken or cracked stocks due to ac­ci­dents in the field. If your gun is not cov­ered get it in­sured ASAP.

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