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    Very nice Twaits.
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    Well, my "winter" project has gone on for almost two years!!

    I spent months trying to locate a "violin" case or something similar.........no luck; my shotgun came out a little too long for all of them.

    I finally settled for a small guitar case and recently got it completed. Photo:

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    Uberti 1849 Wells Fargo, 32 SW R&D cylinder, hack sawed to 2 1/8"
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    1862 Police with the Walker

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    Quote Originally Posted by twaits View Post
    1862 Police with the Walker
    Now THAT'S cool!
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    Here's my truck gun package:

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    It's a well-used 1948 Light 12 with an 18.5" cylinder bore barrel and a 28" vent rib barrel with Colonial thin-wall chokes. Close or far with the twist of a bolt. I keep it loaded with #1 Buckshot. The finish is completely gone from the reciever but some of the gold wash remains on the small parts. The entire reciever and part of the barrel is heavily engraved and the wood is very high quality. This was someone's prize firearm back when it was new, I kinda like it myself.

    The whole setup came from forum member BearBio, only with two full-length barrels.
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    Twaits got me going with his Rem11 whippet so i decided to make one myself...







    this one has the widow-maker trigger mounted safety and a lot of blood etching on the receiver...

    i had the barrel cut to some ridiculously short length that with the compensator on (the screw mount was brazed by toolmaker/welder to insure concentricity) and pinned (permanent) it makes 18-3/4" so im good for the BATmen...

    BECAUSE i have the compensator mounted so far down the barrel, i had to cut a LOT off the front handguard as evidenced in the pictures. the handguard was cracked when i got it so i glued and pinned it. the stock has no buttplate but i still have a lot of material i can remove to still be legal length...

    the choke is marked with a "D" and screws right into the comp but ive been told its not a Cutts...

    in looking at Twaits again, i might not have needed to cut the handguard back so far but i judged it on the maximum recoil travel of the barrel...

    ive had this done for over a year but im slow at getting things shown...
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    Quote Originally Posted by .455Eley View Post
    Here's my truck gun package:

    014.jpg015.jpg016.jpg

    It's a well-used 1948 Light 12 with an 18.5" cylinder bore barrel and a 28" vent rib barrel with Colonial thin-wall chokes. Close or far with the twist of a bolt. I keep it loaded with #1 Buckshot. The finish is completely gone from the reciever but some of the gold wash remains on the small parts. The entire reciever and part of the barrel is heavily engraved and the wood is very high quality. This was someone's prize firearm back when it was new, I kinda like it myself.

    The whole setup came from forum member BearBio, only with two full-length barrels.

    It's always nice to know something you enjoyed is now loved by someone new. By the way, the trigger housing, etc are NOT held in by pins but tiny screws. . Enjoy!

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    Here is an attempted hacksaw job. I posted this elsewhere on this forum. Not for those with weak hearts....



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    Quote Originally Posted by oddjob View Post
    Here is an attempted hacksaw job. I posted this elsewhere on this forum. Not for those with weak hearts....


    My god why would anyone do that to a gun that nice? It doesn't even look like they were trying to make a snubnose. Looks like they just decided to ruin it with a hacksaw just for gun. That makes me a little queasy.


 
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