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    RWS 34 Tuner

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    RWS 34 Tuner

    Post by calcutta250 on Fri Feb 27, 2015 6:17 pm

    Looking to discuss tuning options for a RWS 34. It would be nice if the person was in Summerville, SC. 
    I have a vortek kit. Looking for advice and maybe have it professionally tuned.
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    Re: RWS 34 Tuner

    Post by nyhunter on Sat Feb 28, 2015 3:43 pm

    First off, welcome to the independant! Second, there are lots of good tuners out there. a few that come to mind right away are Mike Melick at flying dragon. Rob Hawkins,Paul Watts. You will most likely not find anyone local to you. there used to be two gents down there that did good work, but both are long retired

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    Re: RWS 34 Tuner

    Post by calcutta250 on Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:13 pm

    nyhunter wrote:First off, welcome to the independant! Second, there are lots of good tuners out there. a few that come to mind right away are Mike Melick at flying dragon. Rob Hawkins,Paul Watts. You will most likely not find anyone local to you. there used to be two gents down there that did good work, but both are long retired
    I have heard there are some around summerville. Retired. Well that sucks.
    I've read a lot about airgun tuning and I'm thinking that I'm going to do my own "tune" for the 34. I also have a 350 but I'm going to wait to tune it. It shoots and sounds good right now.

    I had heard there were some tuners in summerville and I would like to sit around and talk air guns. I'm mainly a centerfire shooter. But I can't really shoot centerfire much in Summerville without having to go to a range and I really like shooting in the fields at cans and what not. 

    Heck even if these retired tuners want to sit and chat I would love that. I'm a machinist by trade so I'm sure we would have a lot in common. And I'm very keen on centerfire, not so much on air rifles.

    If you know a retired tuner in Summerville that just wants to hang out and talk guns and machining that would be wonderful if you could hook us up. And I would not ask him to tune my gun. It would be a conversation about topics that we both hold dear to our hearts.

    But thanks for the information. I already have looked into Mike Melick. Do you recommend going through Flying Dragon or the other site that offers his service. I can't remember the name...

    Regards.
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    Re: RWS 34 Tuner

    Post by nyhunter on Tue Mar 03, 2015 9:35 am

    Mike Melick IS flying dragon. As far as hooking you up with the guys, down there, i don't know the one personally, and the one that i do know is having serious health issues at the moment and not doing well at all. I also tune airguns, but my shop is not set up at the moment, and i won't be taking any work til spring

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