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Originally Posted by ed good
well, gee ted, tell us about your experiences with fixing single trigger guns...

I already did. It was a strip and clean. My brother’s Savage BSE had single trigger and an ejector that acted up in unison, and the same MO took care of it.

I don’t spray silicone on anything, ed, much, much less near gunstock wood that may need to be refinished someday.

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ted, now thats interesting...how does silicone spray interfere with the refinishing of wood...


keep it simple and keep it safe...
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Only because I believe you can’t find out for yourself:

https://support.jamestowndistributo...fisheyes-effects-in-paints-or-varnishes-


Take note where they tell you not to cut corners, and, prevention is most important. Cutting corners usually leads to worse problems, ed.


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gee ted, no mention of silicone nor cutting corners in article...pls confirm that is correct link...


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Originally Posted by ed good
gee ted, no mention of silicone nor cutting corners in article...pls confirm that is correct link...

It is common knowledge for anyone who is alive & can read or cares to research the subject before jumping in that silicones will cause finishing problems on most all substrates & with most all finishes.

Ed I really get tired of your posts & I don't understand why you are still here. You bring absolutely nothing to this forum & if you intend your posts to be humorous you are way off the mark!

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well man, for a happier internet experience, do turn on that ignore feature now...

and if that does make you feel better, then just remember who gave you the idea...

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Sir Winston Churchill's pair of single trigger Woodward SLE shotguns:

https://www.farminglife.com/news/en...-shotguns-display-blenheim-palace-987523

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Originally Posted by bushveld
Sir Winston Churchill's pair of single trigger Woodward SLE shotguns:

https://www.farminglife.com/news/en...-shotguns-display-blenheim-palace-987523

I wonder how much use Mr. Churchill’s guns got. He was a busy boy, post 1902.

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Originally Posted by ed good
here is a tip for you yankee bird hunters in cold weather...

wear the warmest and thinnest glove you can find, on your shooting hand...

cut the thumb and trigger finger off the glove...

if it is too cold to hunt with your trigger finger exposed, then it is too cold to be outside...

birds would be hunkered down in a snow bank anyway, so why bother...

unless you really like freezing your ass off...if that be the case, then consider ice fishind without a hut...

Ed, "hunkered down pheasants" in the snow don't always require a snow bank. Just enough to hunker down in, with grass over their heads. It's great fun hunting them in conditions like that before it really turns cold and the snow gets really deep. Out in the morning after a few inches of snow, and your dogs will be finding birds for you where there's not a single sign of them. No tracks. Had a day like that in Iowa just a couple weeks ago. Not all that much snow, but the birds (hens in particular since they generally sit tighter anyhow) required the toe of my boot to get them to flush.

The only problem on that particular hunt was that much of the cover was tall enough to hide the dogs as well as the pheasants. And even though there was not a lot of snow, it was heavy and wet. Clogged the beepers on my dogs' collars, so it was hard to keep track of them. But heavy gloves were not required.

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