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Jump to new posts Re: Fouling and pits by Shotgunjones @ 27 minutes 59 seconds ago

Suggest Brownell's "Double Tuff" bore brushes. They fit the bore tightly and do a fine job. Expensive, but a serious brush. The forcing cone is the most difficult place to get the crud out of. I use a rotary powered brush with Amsoil F
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Jump to new posts Re: Hiding in the hills... by Lloyd3 @ Today at 02:55 PM

Many thanks, CZ.
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Jump to new posts Re: Don Criswell by Calgary Bill @ Today at 02:09 PM

Originally Posted By: arrieta2Just go a call from a dealer friend of mine in Calf. and told me that Don Criswell passed. Don was a great guy and was very kind to me. He was a Winchester 21 specialist. One of the old guards in the trade. He was 90.
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Jump to new posts Re: Fouling and pits by LeFusil @ Today at 01:31 PM

If your scrubbing your barrels after shooting with Hoppes, Wd-40, Kroil, ballistol, etc and a good bore brush, and youre wiping all the fouling out with a rag or patch and then lightly coating the bores with remoil.....I think you’re pretty much worr
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Jump to new posts Re: 1922 L.C. Smith Trap Grade 12 Gauge by circlesguns @ Today at 12:20 PM

Price reduced to $2,200.
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Jump to new posts Re: When is it time to stop pulling the trigger? by many scalps @ Today at 12:10 PM

Originally Posted By: BrianStan, my goal is to die in bed at thh age of 95, shot by a jealous husband!!! YES !!
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Jump to new posts Fouling and pits by FallCreekFan @ Today at 11:57 AM

Something Stan said some years ago has been on my mind as I find myself more frequently reaching for a Twist or Damascus SxS. He mentioned that the pitting in these older barrels was certainly exacerbated by corrosive primers but that moisture accum
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Jump to new posts Re: Recut checkering on Parker by LetFly @ Today at 11:48 AM

Back to forend repair prior to finish and recut checkering Divot to be repaired Divot repair in progress Practice piece first
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Jump to new posts Re: WTB MainSpring (Hammer Spring) for Rem M 17 by Recoil Rob @ Today at 11:40 AM

Some years ago I purchased a small, handheld metal detector from a watchmaker's supply, Essingers. Uses a 9v battery and has found several parts for me.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pinfire indentification help wanted by Pmari @ Today at 11:40 AM

Good stuff! Thank you Drew!
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Jump to new posts Re: wtb 12 ga 6 1/2 sxs guns by Little Creek @ Today at 10:36 AM

What do you mean?
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Jump to new posts Re: Pinfire indentification help wanted by ellenbr @ Today at 10:29 AM

Mine too & empirically it appears the French mechanics were the designers & developers & then the Brits & others like the Germans, commandeered the platform / technology & improved on it, whether it be by purchase or emulation. O
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Jump to new posts Re: Recut checkering on Parker by Stan @ Today at 10:27 AM

Thanks, Kutter.
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Jump to new posts Re: Morphy auction prices / results by SKB @ Today at 10:09 AM

Originally Posted By: HomelessjOeNothing quite like the smell of rOtten fish.... Then take a shower Bozo.
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Jump to new posts Re: Morphy auction prices / results by HomelessjOe @ Today at 10:08 AM

Nothing quite like the smell of rOtten fish....
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Jump to new posts Re: making a stock for a benelli 20 by HomelessjOe @ Today at 10:06 AM

Here's the ebay item number... 233807584970 look at the head of the stock where it goes up against the back of the action if yours is flat like that one it will fit.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pinfire indentification help wanted by Tinker @ Today at 10:00 AM

Originally Posted By: Argo44... must wonder if Jones didn't get his under-lever, double-bite design from ideas originally put forward by Casimir Lefaucheux? This has been my assumption.
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Jump to new posts Re: Recut checkering on Parker by Kutter @ Today at 09:52 AM

The wood will be warm from the warmed soln application of the oxalic acid while you are brushing it on or dunking the wood into it. No need to warm up the wood itself in any way like under a light bulb or with a heat gun, ect. At least I've never don
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Jump to new posts Re: making a stock for a benelli 20 by HomelessjOe @ Today at 09:44 AM

Watch ebay they show up every once in a while. a 20 is hard to come by...here's a steal. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Benelli-20-ga-Montefeltro-Stock-very-good-Please-read-description-before-bid/233807584970?hash=item3670049eca:g:zvsAAOSwYc5fyWN3
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I deer hunt to provide venison for myself and those who can no longer hunt for health reasons. Folks who mentored me or provided me access to good hunting properties. Now they set on the couch and I bring them venison, cut, wrapped and frozen to pu
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I once owned a 30inch full choke 16 ga A5 barrel. Bobby
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Jump to new posts Re: When is it time to stop pulling the trigger? by HomelessjOe @ Today at 09:29 AM

Originally Posted By: SKBThis is a private forum Bozo, You are not entitled to free speech here. Maybe read that Constitution sometime, You might learn something. Good to know Steve'O....Stepheny
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Oh it is always about you and your princess Billie K isn't it? This is a private forum Bozo, You are not entitled to free speech here. Maybe read that Constitution sometime, You might learn something.
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Jump to new posts Re: When is it time to stop pulling the trigger? by HomelessjOe @ Today at 09:24 AM

It is not about me....it's about Freedom of Speech. No victim here Sister Stevie.....pull your skirt down your little too'tOO is showing move along now. The fact that 9 out of 10 times Dave sides with liberal/Socialist bass'turds like you is fin
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Originally Posted By: HomelessjOeI've read and reread Gasset over the years at least a few chapters every year. One day I went to the trouble of typing out and sharing several of his statements about hunting for people on here that might never have
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