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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Tree Rat, Feb 23, 2005.
Who can fit a Barsto for G-35?
When I lived in that area (this was 10 years ago) I had some work done by Northern Virginia Gun Works (on I believe Fullerton Rd in Springfield). Anyway, I did not have them dio any work on glocks, but the work they performed on some of my ther weapons was very high quality.
If they don't do that sort of thing, they should know someone who does.
I might be needing the exact same thing in the same area if my drop in Barsto requires fitting.
I know some of my friends that used their services are satisfied, pricey but excellent work. Another place to compare prices is Gilbert's Small arms, there is a guy there that is highly recommended and The Range in Stafford(http://indoorrange.com/contact.html), Paul works with Glocks.
Ya think Tim Bacus does Glocks?
Tim, that is the guy who works on 1911's, don't know if works on Glocks, give the man a call to find out.
they have a glock mechanic at virginia arms in manassas on weekends. juma
You mean Bernie owner of VAARMS?
I also responded to your identical post on brianenos.com. One thing I neglected to mention is that fitting a BarSto in a Glock is a very simple job.
If you're at all handy and have basic gunsmithing tools, you can do it yourself. The first time might take 30 minutes if you're super careful.
Tim Bacus or Sandy Garrett could do the job while standing in a hammock!
I wouldn't recommend ANYBODY in DC as you'll likely be breaking the law transporting your firearm to them!
Guess I am going to be searching around for some instructions on how to do this myself, im up for the challenge
Matt a magic marker is handy, the areas that are to be sanded will take the marker paint off. After you sand it, mark it again, then do this till you have a good fit and it does not take the marker off. 2 cents