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Old 12-09-2012, 09:41 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a good gun shop and/or gunsmith in Southern Indiana. Close to Clark County.
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Old 12-09-2012, 09:44 PM   #2
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I have also been looking for a gun smith or shooting range around the area. I only really know about the Clark County Forestry.
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There is a large gun shop which I also believe has an armorer on staff. Orion Arms, Jeffersonville, IN. Just North of Louisville KY off of I-65 Indiana exit 4 or 5 back in an industrial area East of I-65.

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I asked them about gunsmithing and they said they didn't do anything like that and recommended Ron's Gun but I've heard bad things about them.
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What kind of work are you needing done? I know one that did some good work for me, he lives in cannelburg Indiana
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Kemp's custom coatings in Clarksville is excellent. This is where most shops send their stuff when they don't know how to fix it, and they also Duracoat, which is nice.
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Hi-Tek in Sellersburg is a good place. They're a family-owned and operated gun shop in Sellersburg that I've been dealing with for 2 or 3 years. They do basic gunsmithing, repacing sights, painting, etc.

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123 S. Indiana Ave.
Sellersburg, IN 47172
812-246-4664
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Hi-Tek in Sellersburg is a good place. They're a family-owned and operated gun shop in Sellersburg that I've been dealing with for 2 or 3 years. They do basic gunsmithing, repacing sights, painting, etc.

HiTEK Firearms & Training
123 S. Indiana Ave.
Sellersburg, IN 47172
812-246-4664
This is an old thread, but if the OPer is still around, check out Acme Sports in Seymour, right off I-65. Very fair, personable, Class III and a lot of tactical doodads.
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