I missed the web site in his post. All good now.Website says Richmond.
I'd put Richmond, Ky under CSC Machine on the home page.If you folks need any work done, the new web page is live now: www.cscmachineandgunsmithing.com
I know, shameless self-promotion, sorry, but it's the only way to get the search engines to bring up the page without shelling out a ton of cash to optimize the search.
Thanks to anyone who visits, and please do send me comments and suggestions on how to improve it.
I dont do the bluing myself, just don't get enough call to invest in the tanks and chemicals, but I partner a lot with Kevin at KY Gunsmithing and he does do hot blue. Don't know his tank schedule, he waits until he has a few to justify the time it takes to heat the tanks and run the parts, but I certainly can reach out to him if you like.Do you reblue vintage guns? I have a 1953 Ithaca that I am considering having reblued, trying to make it look as close to original as possible.
Appreciate the comments. I try to work with my customers and the way I see it, you pay a fair price, so you get fair work. If I really cannot fix it, then I haven't really done anything, so why charge for nothing?Can’t vouch enough for Dan. Had a muzzleloader with a frozen breech plug I tried everything to get it out. Finally took it to Dan after discovering previous owner never removed it over 18 years. Even though Dan gave it his all, the plug was seized and the barrel was ruined. Not only did he not charge me for the labor attempting to get it out, he met me in Lexington to both pick it up AND bring me my gun case back after the diagnosis. Stand up guy and I would have no hesitation using him for work.