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As usually happens, a previous thread for me to thinking again about the .35 Whelen. I’ve got a late New Haven M70 Classic chambered in .30-06. I know that it’s a simple conversion to a Whelen, but do any of you have suggestions for a good gunsmith for the work? What would be the expected cost?
 

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As usually happens, a previous thread for me to thinking again about the .35 Whelen. I’ve got a late New Haven M70 Classic chambered in .30-06. I know that it’s a simple conversion to a Whelen, but do any of you have suggestions for a good gunsmith for the work? What would be the expected cost?

http://www.35caliber.com

$225 including return shipping, takes about 2 weeks.
 

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