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    long time lurker. first time poster.

    like my subject says I'm in need to have some work done on my Beretta handgun. would like to get it done here somewhere in the tidewater area.

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    well, there's Bob's gun and tackle in Norfolk. It's on Granby street. He has an actual gun smith. His gun store commandos down stairs are not real big on open carry but just ignore them. I do

    The gun smith is on the 3rd floor. Elevator is just inside the door.

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    ty guess ill have to make a run there soon.

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    One of my guns is a Baretta PX4 Storm. I had some work done on the trigger pull and the safety. Had it done at A&P Arms in Va Bch off of Lynnhaven Pkwy. They have a gunsmith and are OC friendly. If you OC the gun you want to have work done on into the store, ask them to take you to where you can clear the gun. Do not just draw it and start to clear it in the store. Unwanted results may occur. I have had work done on a few guns and never had any issues.

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    Also, Welcome to the site.

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    yeah i have a Beretta model 84 the slide is freezing up on me spent 40 mins taking it off. now it wont go back on so no need to OC it. besides i have a little more common sense then to just bandish a firearm

    and thanks for the welcome


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