my Titan is very sensitive to pivot bolt adjustment
Motorhead:I know where you are coming from in being selective on 'for whom' or 'what' to tune. I have come to the point of only tuning for family or after someone talks me into it. This also allows me the time and avenue to be able to verify or teach the ability to handle the rifle and shoot properly. The AR tuning and repair world can be a tedious place to live.
JMO ... with what already has been done, and it still won't group or give any degree of consistency ( Whom ever shoots it ) likely is IMO just a Dud Gun of which you buddy is not alone on owning one.At one time was tuning these pulling out all the stops to cover every realistic cost effective tweak avalible .... success in making them good to very good after the work was NOT successful enough overall to continuing charging for work where the end result more often than not fell short of customers expectations So ... I quit tuning them.There a fine field gun for in close work and for giggles plinking. While some have EXCELLENT shooting ones and will rightfully defend them ... more I feel as your buddy does being frustrated. Tossing more money at it is likely a bad investment IMO.JMO ... nuttin more
so who tunes springers?
Time for a used Diana 34. Good luck to your friend.