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Hardball smith

Post by renn on 3/12/2018, 1:41 pm

Jsut started shooting service pistol, coming from a service rifle highpower background. I love it. Looking for a good smith with not too long of a backlog. I'm here in Hawaii but I heard Ed Masaki is retiring and not taking any more builds. I have a Springfield Loaded from 1999 that I'd like massaged into a hardball gun.
I also prefer a short trigger

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Post by robert84010 on 3/12/2018, 4:37 pm

Have you asked Ed who he recommends? I met a Navy shooter at Perry that knew Ed and he said he had been working with Ed to learn his process. I don't know if he left Hawaii when he retired from the Navy but I would bet Ed knows someone on the island that can get a ball gun in shape.

As the saying goes "It ain't rocket surgery"

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Post by james r chapman on 3/12/2018, 9:47 pm

and, there really isn't any "hardball" anymore.
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Post by Allen Barnett on 3/13/2018, 10:15 am

Jim, how very true!!

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