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Can anyone recommend a gunsmith who can do a good job of smoothing out the trigger pull on my new GP100?

I'm in the Cleveland/Northeast Ohio area.

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DIY might be the way to go. As long as I have it that much disassembled I might as well go the whole way and do the stoning.
 

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DIY might be the way to go. As long as I have it that much disassembled I might as well go the whole way and do the stoning.
by far, it would be the cheapest way to go .... 30 some years ago we changed the trigger springs on our 2 sons' GP100's .... they've have been and continue to be very pleased with them
 

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CGS Firearm Repair, Dwight Clark, is an amazing G'smith. His costs are extremely reasonable. If you're willing to head down to Canal Fulton, I'll get his information to you. There's nobody else I'd take any of my firearms to.
 

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"CGS Firearm Repair, Dwight Clark, is an amazing G'smith. His costs are extremely reasonable. If you're willing to head down to Canal Fulton, I'll get his information to you. There's nobody else I'd take any of my firearms to."

Thanks for the tip. Yes, please give me his contact information.
 
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