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John Roberts, Stanton Hillis
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#602056 08/30/2021 7:11 PM
by John Roberts
John Roberts
Sleeved and nicely restocked (or one heck of a refinish on the wood?), not too badly priced:
https://stevebarnettfineguns.com/lefever-shotguns-for-sale/lefever-e-grade-12-gauge

JR
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#602160 Sep 1st a 02:22 PM
by eightbore
eightbore
Yeah, a Lefever in that era would have a flat patterned rib, not a concave unpatterned rib. Of course, it could be a Damascus concave rib blued over.
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#602258 Sep 3rd a 01:18 PM
by Daryl Hallquist
Daryl Hallquist
I guess the originality of the rib doesn't make much difference on a sleeved gun. My best guess is that the original rib was replaced . Possible reasons are the sleeved barrels are longer than the original, or that the original rib did not have the correct contours to fit the sleeved gun barrels. A check of the rib at the muzzle would shed some light. If the original integral keel is in place, that might answer the question.
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#602774 Sep 13th a 01:49 PM
by Geo. Newbern
Geo. Newbern
Stan["quae in speculo resplendent vultus"]...mc["Quod erat demonstradum"]

I hate it when the smart guys around here start typing in french...Geo
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#602812 Sep 13th a 11:16 PM
by Shotgunjones
Shotgunjones
Originally Posted by ed good
the only ones i know of who converse in latin are old defrocked priests, who meet now and then to discuss fornication and the latest developments in self emaculation...least wise dats watt duh rabbi tolt me...

How does stuff like this help business, ed?

You could teach a class in sales prevention.
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