and he didn't give me a quote, he said he would have to take a look at it. He automatically thought it was the magazine loader or something but I told him it was the bolt which it ended up being I just couldn't get it out of the gun. He went ahead and fixed it and when I went to pick it up he wants $125 for a $300 dollar gun . It's a remington model 11 that has been in my family for about 80 years so I want it back but in my opinion that the price is a little steep and he doesn't take credit card. Anyone know how to talk the price down? He just took it all apart and "tied the bolt back." Cliffs: is there any way to talk a gunsmith down a price after they have fixed a gun?