tribute to gun gurus

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vinay singh
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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by vinay singh » Thu Oct 13, 2011 10:29 pm

hi bhaskar,
i have spent close to 60000 for this modfications.the gun smith is employed by my friend who owns the gun house,i dont know for sure if he would be intrested in another mod,but i reckon he would,as for my help you wont have to ask twice.i would love to help any of you fellow members


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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by bhaskar » Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:35 am

Dear Vinay,
I should say its worth spending these 60,000/- for such a modification. I will surely contact you on my next trip to doon...

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by kapilshoor » Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:20 pm

Vinay Ji , You have done fabulous Job Brother.. I think IOF Engineers / Designers should Hire You or take a good lesson from you.

Again , I really liked it and wanted my .32 IOF to look same like your's , if you can help me out how to do the modifications so that i can do the same in Punjab only.

Looking forward

My email : [email protected] , if u can send me few tips



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Post by Lever Action » Wed Mar 21, 2012 5:13 pm

Hi Vinay ,Thats a great job done and an equally great effort from you to have given your so much time and money , I fell in love with your pistol at first sight :D , thanks for this visual treat....

pls provide your e mail id .

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by paragvns » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:28 pm

That's an excellent job. My heartiest congratulations, and spending 60k seems worth! may I pm you for the details of the smith and also for your help in getting this done to my ashani?
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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by vinay singh » Fri Apr 06, 2012 9:25 pm

would love to help my fellow ifg'ans

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by BowMan » Wed Jun 27, 2012 12:43 pm

vinay singh wrote:hi friends,
A little effort in order to make it more presentable

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vinay singh
Oh my my!!!

It sure is a beauty and judging from your location I am sure a particularly renowned gunsmith of Dehradun must have been involved.

That guy is simply a Genius and I am proud to have him employed on my Win Mod 70 pre 64.

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by Guns_Lover » Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:48 pm

Vinay Bhai, could you please give me your contact. Im located in Doon itself. I would be nice to meet you. Really loved the work done on the GUN. Take care of your this LITTLE BABY.... wait 4 ur reply.

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by captysp » Wed May 29, 2013 12:44 am

Janab Vijay Singh Sahab, Please mujhe bataie ki kahan se aapne yeh modification karwaya, mujhe bhi karwana hai........

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by devagra » Tue Jan 07, 2014 6:15 pm

hello vikram ji
this is dev from agra please give me the address for modification of my ashni pistol....

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by thunderboy200688 » Sun Apr 27, 2014 5:56 pm

vinay singh wrote:would love to help my fellow ifg'ans
Great bro...a masterpiece....all appreciations of u and gunsmith are less in front of the work done...luv it...

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by anubhav_rulez » Thu May 01, 2014 5:34 pm

Awesome work Vinay sir...You should send your mods to IOF & they will definetly hire you in designing deptt. I've seen best Ashani modifications coming from you. Worked in Doon for 1 year approx but wasnt aware then.

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by mja » Thu May 01, 2014 6:43 pm

Vinay really a great work and hardship result your work shine IOF would have noted such a great design implementation. Cheers Keep it Up...

I would like to know how much time thus this take if i want to had my ashani rework like your model?

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by brihacharan » Thu May 01, 2014 8:05 pm

vinay singh wrote:hi friends,
A little effort in order to make it more presentable

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regards
vinay singh
> Great job vinay :clap:
> Since it was done under your supervision, I must say that the gunsmith followed your instructions neatly & nicely...
> Would be nice if you could answer the queries from winne & tworivers....
> Good education for us!
Briha

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Re: tribute to gun gurus

Post by ckkalyan » Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:55 pm

I think you have displayed great initiative and courage vinay singh in transforming your Ashani. Well done and Kudos!

From what I understand a Les Baer custom 1911's can be had for as little as $1500 https://www.lesbaer.com/

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As you can see it all mostly hand work so...I just wish someone would wake up the top guys at IOF to the fact that creating a top quality firearm is eminently possible - in India!

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