It is entirely possible chuck looked at the barrel in the gun and said it didn't need to be replaced. It happens.
love these topics, folks saying what something is worth. only one that can say what the true value is is chuck, like i said earlier, he built it, he knows it and i doubt very seriously he built "just cause" and if he needed a barrel i am sure he could have convinced the owner to get a new barrel
The only one who can say what it’s worth is the market, what someone today is willing to pay period.
As for the barrel who knows what discussion the owner and Chuck had, whether the decision was financially based or some other reason.
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Well this isnt gonna be popular and wont win me any friends but its a question on my mind.
4 pages of speculation and not a peep from the man himself.
I personally would like to hear direct from him.
I find it odd that everyone is goin at each other over it & nobody has said "Hey Chuck, whats up"
Im surprised that he hasnt chimed in as well. I gotta be missing something.
Keep in mind Im just an ordinary guy, I dont know whos famous here and whos not and whos just a legend in their own mind altho goin on a year here Im starting to get it sorted.
Its just a simple legitimate question from a simple guy.
Is there some gunsmith-client privilege deal in play?
A reasonable fellow who dont know anyone here, no dog in the fight so to speak reading this would think its almost like a herd of groupies defending a rock star who just sets back and lets them. Something just seems off about the whole thing to the casual observer.
Education without flames would be nice but certainly not expected. I got my fire suit on. Let her rip tater chip.