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#598357 06/17/2021 8:41 PM
by skeettx
skeettx


Notice the 2 on the barrels and action at the very end of the video

Mike
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#598396 Jun 18th a 03:04 PM
by graybeardtmm3
graybeardtmm3
many years ago i told a motorcycle mechanic that i would like to get into the motorcycle business....and he reponded by telling me that the easiest way to ruin a perfectly good hobby was to do it for a living for a few years....

best regards,
tom
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#598459 Jun 20th a 02:48 AM
by von Falkenhorst
von Falkenhorst
Note the difference between Albion and America. Henry Ford paid his employees so that they could all afford to purchase his product, an automobile. That has not generally been the case in England. Traditionally, English auto workers rode bicycles or mass transit. Similarly, English gun craftsmen could never afford to engage in field sports. That is the English class system. Those Englishmen with ambitions above their appointed station headed for the colonies.

J.K.B. von Falkenhorst
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#600362 Jul 28th a 02:28 PM
by SKB
SKB
All the more reason not to be like other people. My self-opener works flawlessly.



[Linked Image from i.imgur.com]
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#598388 Jun 18th a 02:23 PM
by LeFusil
LeFusil
Originally Posted by Remington40x
Phenomenal workmanship. Don't you wonder if any of the craftspeople ever have a chance to shoot one of the guns they work on so carefully.

Most of them, or a vast majority that work in the trade could care less about guns in general. To them….it pays the bills. A lot of highly skilled gun workers approach gun making in the same way most other people approach their job or career, it puts food on the table. Very few get any enjoyment shooting their creations that we consider amazing works of functional art.
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#598369 Jun 18th a 01:22 AM
by Buzz
Buzz
Looks difficult to execute it all.
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