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    This pair,on a 65 gm I bought a few years...

    This pair,on a 65 gm I bought a few years back,have shrunk a bit.
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  2. Thread: Ecsc

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    Some of us westerners werenít much into...

    Some of us westerners werenít much into horses,but skiing and shooting guns..woo-hoo!
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    Iím pretty sure this one wasnít taken in a...

    Iím pretty sure this one wasnít taken in a studio.Distant cousin around 1900
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    A formal wedding pic of another cousin...
  4. The 5” is very rare and the 4” is also hard to...

    The 5” is very rare and the 4” is also hard to come by.Id grab either one if I had the funds available,enjoy it and sell for a nice profit when I grew bored with it
  5. Thread: Odd duck on GB?

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    He said heíd send the right pix if I was...

    He said heíd send the right pix if I was interested,but I didnít respond [emoji39]
  6. Thread: Odd duck on GB?

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    The seller says he posted the wrong pics

    The seller says he posted the wrong pics
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    There should be a link in the email you received.

    There should be a link in the email you received.
  8. And an early Combat Elite The original rubber...

    And an early Combat Elite
    The original rubber grips are in a drawer
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  9. Try some clp.If you really want to get it...

    Try some clp.If you really want to get it spotless use motherís mag wheel polish or flitz,but keep in mind they are removing a tiny bit of the plating every time you use them.
  10. Thread: Storing SAAs

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    Storing SAAs

    I coat them with renwax and Iíve used bore stores for about 12 years with no problems,but I live in a dry climate too
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    A 200 gr lswc like a H&G 68 with +or- 4 gr of...

    A 200 gr lswc like a H&G 68 with +or- 4 gr of bullseye
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    The sides of the trigger would be in the white...

    The sides of the trigger would be in the white and the polish on the flats of the slide and frame would be reflective enough to see yourself if the finish was original.
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    I bounce back and forth between a browser and the...

    I bounce back and forth between a browser and the tapatalk app on my iPad.Not seeing this with tapatalk,itís worth getting.
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    Brazen...

    Brazen...
  15. Thread: Mothers polish

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    Yes

    Yes
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    Wolff springs are good.If the gun...

    Wolff springs are good.If the gun malfunctions,take the shokbuff out
  17. Thread: Arms List Scam

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    Several queries on arms list ads were obvious...

    Several queries on arms list ads were obvious scams.The one that was legit was an in person sale at my LGS.
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    I would suspect that the barrel and bushing were...

    I would suspect that the barrel and bushing were replaced at some point,so keep that in mind when pricing it
  19. Thread: Snubbie Fever

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    Sticky: My only snubby ...

    My only snubby
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190606/1b6d3e8d...

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    My first was a cap and ball revolver that wore...

    My first was a cap and ball revolver that wore out in about a year and is long gone.My second was a Remington 582 that I still have and my 3rd was my fathers fn Mauser 30-06 thatís still here
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    A few from the Ď50s,but no colts yet...

    A few from the Ď50s,but no colts yet
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  23. Another option would be removing the spring and...

    Another option would be removing the spring and plunger from the slide and the upper sear lever from the frame while leaving the lower lever in place.See how the trigger feels then.It did make a...
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    I use an L shaped Allen wrench to leverage the...

    I use an L shaped Allen wrench to leverage the first grip off from inside the magazine well.If They are too tight going back on,I heat them with a hairdryer and they give just enough to go back in...
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    Iíve found that a 16# spring will drop the brass...

    Iíve found that a 16# spring will drop the brass from my target loads on my forearms
    Right convenient [emoji16]
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