Austin F. Behlert has Passed Away...

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    Austin F. Behlert has Passed Away...

    Hello. Retired pistolsmith and Browning Hi Power specialist, Austin F. Behlert, passed away last friday after suffering a heart attack. I believe he was 87 years of age.

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    Thats to ba We lose the good old pistolsmiths and no one to really replace them

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    Thanks For The Info Stephen

    One of the all time truly great custom gun smiths.
    He will be missed.

    Rest In Peace. :unitedsta

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    And writer Gary Sitton passed away yesterday morning.
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    It is sad when, even thru grand old age, the ''masters'' pass on.

    It seems very unlikely we will see them replaced. Things are not the same any more.
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