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 on: Yesterday at 07:17:50 pm 
Started by Oregon Bill - Last post by Red Cent

I use the gel. Once applied, take the heat gun in hand and in about 20 seconds of heating up the glue the stuff will stick like.....well, glue.

Never used Barge. Don't no why I should change. The only time I have trouble is when I get some crap leather with all the compressed flesh on the back. Ended that problem by ordering my sides from Wickett & Craig.

 on: Yesterday at 07:14:02 pm 
Started by Niederlander - Last post by River City John
I'll second the good report on the 1902 tunic. I changed out the buttons to gutta-percha plain buttons and dyed it a field brown for my Boer Scandinavian Korps impression.

Also from What Price Glory I can report excellent quality of their 1892 Cavalry bandolier, five front pouches and four rear mounted. Pockets actually fit paired 6.5mm Mauser clips and closed with a little wet molding and Lexall conditioning.
Likewise their 1902 Garrison belt, revolver belt pouch and flapped holster were great.

Tommy's Pack Fillers has nice selection of food tins, boxes, First Aid and similar accessories for your impression, 1899 - WWII.

Liberty Tree Collectors gets in some obscure stuff to help round out an impression. Sometimes a bit careworn from storage, and pricey at times. but when you're looking for Swiss belt cartridge pouches for 6.5mm clips, . . .  They're getting stuff in all the time, so if you see something new jump on it quickly to get the best selection as far as condition.

Finally, S & S Firearms is a good source for items, but I have to report that I've not been pleased with some of their leather reproductions. Storage must be a problem, either that or it's stuff coming from Pakistan or India. It has been dry rotted more often than not and straps and areas around snap downs have cracked. Hardware and the like I've had no problems.


 on: Yesterday at 07:13:37 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by dusty texian
You bet it would ! ,,,DT

 on: Yesterday at 07:12:59 pm 
Started by Bunk Stagnerg - Last post by Coffinmaker
 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Shocked

 on: Yesterday at 06:53:31 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by yahoody
Yep, been hoping to see a carbine torn down so I could get a better idea of what I have to start with.  But a new barrel, mid weight round, with the short forearm sure would be sweet.    Shocked

 on: Yesterday at 05:12:59 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by dusty texian
Yahoody if the original barrel would finish out like you want that would be great. But if you rebarrel you would have the choice of a short rifle lenth forearm. Not such a big deal but it's a choice. And the sight dovetails could go were you want them.  Either way should make into a handy carbine with some Womp! ,,DT

 on: Yesterday at 05:02:42 pm 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Scattered Thumbs

"I love Lucy"  Grin

Edit. To keep it barely on topic. Embarrassed I do like the looks of that Kruzer.  Grin

 on: Yesterday at 04:57:26 pm 
Started by marko - Last post by marko
Thanks for the information ....i spoke to Beretta today and they are having me send it to Midwest arms who handles their out of production guns. I spoke to a rep there and he told me they have had no problems fixing the Gold rush rifles and getting them to work as intended.


 on: Yesterday at 04:53:30 pm 
Started by Major E A Sterner - Last post by pony express
It's sunny and near 80 here today, seeing lots of Forsythia and other bushes flowering already....and it's still Feb. Normally doesn't happen until mid March.

 on: Yesterday at 04:30:39 pm 
Started by yahoody - Last post by yahoody
Come on Coffinmaker Smiley  BTDT...... easy chit.

Did my first '73 one with a hacksaw, power drill to recrown the bore and files over a coffee table to come up with a 20" rifle long before they made production.  Front sight and all.  I took a little more time with this '76.

Good base gun for something my thought.
But guessing there is a dove tail right at the end of the forearm.  Which means I'll need to rebarrel it.    Using another round barrel   8 >)

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