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Does anyone know a good gunsmith in the Akron area? I am having firing pin problems with an old gun of mine? Thanks.
 

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The gun is a 32 cal. hammerless revolver. It belonged to my grandfather. I would say it was made between 1930 to 1940. It was one of the first 32's made by Smith & Wesson.
Thanks for the info guys.
 

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PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THE GANDER MTN IN NORTH CANTON!!!!!! I had some problems with their "gunsmith" there. He did not know too much about what he was doing with my Savage 93 .22 mag. I would not buy another gun from them just because of the problems I had with him!
 

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There is a guy in Loudonville I've heard tons of great things about. I believe his name is Ken Kerry, not sure about spelling.
 

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Seconding Buckeyeguy's dissatisfaction with the Belden Area Gander Mntns gunsmith. The guy they used to have a couple years ago was great, but this guy they have now is DEFINITELY not in the know OR personable. I bought a used gun (Verona Semi auto 12 ) there and when i got it home the bolt release/loading release had some issues. Wouldn't work after loading the chamber and one round in the magazine. Took it back and he spent nearly 2 minutes examining the magazine cutoff button, never looked at the bolt release ( opposite side of the reciever). I just asked him for the gun back and took it elsewhere.

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If you would like to contact the Loudonville Gun Smith, the Fin, Feather and Fur in Ashland would be able to help you there, they gave me his card when I was there asking about a GunSmith, and I can't seem to find his card.
 
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