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Discussion in 'Firearms Chat' started by druryj, Mar 7, 2018.
Yep, one bullet at a time.
Picked up a glock 24 longslide in great shape at wannamachers
Brought an FNX 45 tactical home from The gun show today.
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Got a Mossberg 500 this evening. It's black.....
SO HAPPY. Finally found a decent piece of wood to replace my 30-30 31 carbine 94 stock. That pre-war shape is tough to find, kinda a unique butt curve and top edge shape. My el- cheapo Grandad knocked a chunk out of the stock about the size of a nickle crossing a fence and repaired it with JB weld. He did a really nice job but it has just bugged me ever since. You really can't blame him. He almost starved in the Dust Bowl and it changed him forever. So tight his butt squeaked, This rifle was bought right in the middle of the Great Depression just to eat most likely. Just part of our Oklahoma history.
Have not fit a stock in 25yrs. Hope I still have the patience to do it right. It has a teeny bug hole on one side I hope I can sand out or fill but other than that it is a beautiful piece that will sure enough glow with nice figure with some oil. Now if I can just find someone that sells some of the old Winchester red type stain they used.
Wish me luck.
1987 Single Six Bisley in .32 H&R
No pics yet. Turn line is a little heavy but that doesn’t bother me much.
We are hurrying, I’m hoping to let everyone who comes to the tour on Tuesday see the first ones off the machines
Try Brownells for the red stain, they carry that sort of thing.
Good to see .410 again, I had almost forgotten what a new box of it looked like. That little shiny gizmo toward the left is a .460 Rowland V2 damper for 1911s.
I need some .410 for my new to me Savage Combo gun, but I'm not paying the insane prices now. It's perfectly comfortable sitting in the safe now.