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Jump to new posts Re: Translation help..?? Thanks. by ellenbr @ 8 minutes 49 seconds ago

Drew, can you aid in attaching an actual image w/ the following types/descriptions from the 1840s? a)Gedrehte Läufe(canon tordu,) f.) b) Gewundene Läufe, Bandläufe( canon à ruban) c) Damascirte Läufe (canon damassé, f.) d) Drahtläufe(canon filé)
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Jump to new posts Re: M.V. Highsmith of Memphis built mauser 98 458x2in by Run With The Fox @ 11 minutes 17 seconds ago

Was this Master gunmaker the gent mentioned in Nash Buckingham's "Are We Shooting 8-Gauge guns?"--
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Jump to new posts Re: WTB- WRA .22 rifle part by Run With The Fox @ 12 minutes 52 seconds ago

Metal-- just wondering, how could the front sight style affetc the push rod for the under barrel magazine tube?? RWTF
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Jump to new posts Re: Question on Simpson by ed good @ 36 minutes 45 seconds ago

most any gun shop will have a chamber gauge... and for upland shooting, it is hard to beat rst 2 1/2" loads...
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Jump to new posts Re: O/U for Sporting Clays by ed good @ 42 minutes 50 seconds ago

beretta and browning are the most popular... it would be great if your son could go to a big range, where guns are for rent...kinda like drive one before you buy one... for my money, the brownings are a best buy...
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Jump to new posts Re: OT: Raising your own stock blanks by Geo. Newbern @ Today at 07:41 AM

Originally Posted By: StanThe oldest black walnut trees in my part of the world are in old yards, where a house used to be, and may be chock full of nails and other things saw blades don't like. It seems to have been almost a given that a tenant hous
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Jump to new posts Re: W.Clark 12 bore english boxlock by rollbac @ Today at 12:28 AM

Forgot had this for sale.
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Jump to new posts FS. W. H. Baker Batavia Damascus by WBLDon @ Yesterday at 11:33 PM

Prices are plus shipping (figure about $50 in the lower 48 ) and guns must go to FFL so make sure your dealer will accept gun from an individual. Thanks for taking the time to look... WBLDon W.H. Baker Batavia Damascus 16 Gauge/ 2 triggers/ extracto
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Jump to new posts Re: Tom Roster SSM article re low vs high pressure by 2-piper @ Yesterday at 10:45 PM

Larry; First & Foremost you have to "Understand" what you read & Cite. Yes, the pressures quoted are an "Average" of Max peak pressures. I apparently wrongly;y ASS-U-MEd that everyone here understood that. All pressures
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Jump to new posts Re: The English “Best” by Rocketman @ Yesterday at 10:32 PM

JB, you are absolutely right that any brand, actual maker or retailer, could get out a OQ1 gun. True makers used in-workers with requisite skill and contracted with with other shops and/or out-workers to fill in any gaps. I'll clean out some stuff
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Jump to new posts Re: Hollenbeck Drilling #1236 12ga over .32-40 Ballard by Researcher @ Yesterday at 09:26 PM

O-grade, 12 x 12 x .32-40, 28-inch steel barrels, full pistol grip, 7 pounds 11 ounces, 14 1/8 x 1 5/8 x 2 3/4. No record of it being shipped or sold, but it appears Rudy Kostelecky, Rudy's Gun Shop, Cantonment, Florida, sold it to Ed W. Stifel, no
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Jump to new posts Re: Junghans & Kriegeskorte Suhl by ellenbr @ Yesterday at 09:16 PM

Originally Posted By: Mr. Polecat I think it is most certainly 8x57JR rather than 8x57R/360NE. The rim recess is somewhere in the neighborhood of .510-.520ish, whereas I believe the 360NE was somewhere in the .6 area. The 8X57R/360 case Rim diame
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Jump to new posts Re: Sharpening files and rasps by craigd @ Yesterday at 09:07 PM

Stan, my understanding is that it does eat away at all the steel. The original cutting edge become smoother and wider as the rasp or file wears. I don't believe an acid bath can do a controlled sharpening, but I think there's more surface area on the
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Jump to new posts Re: Fox reproof fails by Researcher @ Yesterday at 08:43 PM

You are right. There are other possibilities.
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Jump to new posts Re: Damascus? by Mike Harrell @ Yesterday at 08:03 PM

Seems as if I won the Westley 12 bore. Vendor said that it was ordered in March 1882 for Rev. F.W.A. Bowser. Looks like a winner.
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Jump to new posts Re: Tube sets by Stan @ Yesterday at 07:22 PM

Originally Posted By: bobskia carrier bbl is a new concept created to address the issue of weight. personally, I think its silly, since 99% of skeet shooters like to weigh their guns UP. the external bbl weight was designed to be attached to the 12ga
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Jump to new posts Re: "Dirty Steel" and "Dirty Braze" by moses @ Yesterday at 05:36 PM

Then you would know what flux is for & what slag is. Is this slag ? O.M
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Jump to new posts SOLD: Lefever H 12ga barrels/actions by B. Graham @ Yesterday at 12:10 PM

SOLD
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Jump to new posts Re: Super X-1 by bobski @ Yesterday at 08:44 AM

if its just crud, clean it when you get it off. but, if the chamber extension is bulged, it may need some filing to on the wear point.
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Jump to new posts Philadelphia Arms Fox for sale! by Mike of the Mountain @ Yesterday at 07:06 AM

This Philadelphia Arms Co Fox Pin Gun, 1904 mfg is a sweet shooter! 12g, Choked .010 (RT) and .015 (LT), 2 1/2" chambers, extractors, some CC remains, over 90% bluing, beautiful wood, banjo style fore end release, top lever right of center, Krup
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Jump to new posts Re: Anyone need a 16 ga English stocked Fox? by Marks_21 @ 06/17/19 09:38 PM

1 7/8- 3 - 14 3/8
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Jump to new posts Re: FS: F.P. Baker and Co., Ltd. BLNE $1250 by Dave in Maine @ 06/17/19 06:01 PM

bumped
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Jump to new posts Re: Quiet little gem by 67galaxie @ 06/17/19 05:54 PM

Great find! What is the lop on it?
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Two weeks away.
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Jump to new posts Re: AYA 4/53 Deluxe Boxlock Ejector 28 Gauge w/ Case by Remington40x @ 06/17/19 02:00 PM

Bump for those who didn't spend their entire toy fund at Hausman's.
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