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Anyone dealt with Bain & davis

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by HorizonSeeker, Feb 15, 2003.

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  1. HorizonSeeker

    HorizonSeeker Member

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    This is a shop in So. Cal. LA county, on valley blvd. next to jeff's sporting goods. I want to get someone to do a trigger job on my dan wesson mod. 15, and if anyone can give me feedback on their dealings with B&D, (they quoted $80, 3 weeks), I'd appreciate it.


    thanks

    david.
     
  2. Hot brass

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    I had a DW 357 that I bought in 1978?
    I sat at home one evening and put 6 empties in and dry fired 2000 times. The trigger was lots better.
     
  3. HorizonSeeker

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    I've tried that, but the dry firing doesn't seem to help much, if at all. The trigger is still heavy, too heavy.
     
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