good gunsmith around L.A., Cal.

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Have you checked your local yellow pages? My advice would be to call around to a few, and see what kind of "vibe" you get from talking to them. Then pay a few of them a visit to check out their work/workspaces.
There is a guy in Gardena that has gotten good reviews over on 1911 forum...but I forgot his name.
It seems that the more i shoot my Rem 700, the harder the bolt is to chamber and unchamber a round.I can start to see some rubbing marks.
This does not sound like a mechanical problem.

1. Is the chamber clean?
2. Are the locking lugs inside the action clean and lubricated?
3. Is the bolt cam surface lubed?
4. Are you properly sizing your brass?
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