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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 10:51:23 am 
Started by Frank Morgan - Last post by CraigC
I love Ghormley's buckles!


 52 
 on: Yesterday at 10:31:40 am 
Started by olered - Last post by jimbobborg
Is that the same bunch who imports Mitchell Mausers? 

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 10:29:40 am 
Started by Red Cent - Last post by Marshal Will Wingam
I've never tried cleaning leather. If I get something on it, I just dye it dark enough to cover the spots. There's always black at the end of that scale. If I had my heart set on a natural finish and end up with spots, I get two holsters. One dark and one natural.

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 10:16:53 am 
Started by Tequila Jim - Last post by Tequila Jim
Wolfgang, long time ago was in a cabin on the backside of Big Bear, The inside walls
were covered with news paper.
Billy thats an interesting site, altho at first glance a little to mod for this old coot.
 Regards, TJ

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 10:09:46 am 
Started by Ronny the Gambler - Last post by mandrakke
3 PHOTOS OF THE ACTION

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 09:55:34 am 
Started by Ronny the Gambler - Last post by mandrakke
Here 3 more photos. By the look of them, it looks like my rifle should have the slide lock: but, as I said before, I can pump it back and forth irrespective of the hammer position. Maybe the slide lock isn't working anymore because the slide and ramp are worn out (?). However I took the rifle apart and tried what you suggested:  so when I push the pump forward, the magazine stop goes a bit down, but not enough (it doesn't go below the bottom of the magazine tube). If I pull the trigger, the magazine stop goes down another bit, but never completely below the bottom of the magazine tube.

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 09:55:12 am 
Started by GunClick Rick - Last post by Shawnee McGrutt
Happy Birthday boys, and may you all have many more.  Are open fire permits required for birthday cakes with more then forty candles?  Shocked

T.K., must be nice to be a young pup.  But remember, you are aging just as fast as us old dogs.  Like good wine, we just get better with age.(that is what I keep telling myself, maybe someday I will believe it  Grin)

Shawnee

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 09:52:44 am 
Started by sidewinder - Last post by sidewinder
Well, other than the power going out just as I was about to swing my hammer to center-punch one of the holes Shocked, everything went well.  The arbor has been adjusted and the frame and barrel assembly meet up well (on both, as the new one also turned out to be quite short); and the plunger springs are installed and the hands are functioning properly.  Perhaps Uberti has improved their stock handsprings, because they were quite a bit tougher to break than I had previously seen demonstrated.  The pressure on the hand by the plunger springs is also noticeably lighter than stock, as the cylinder has about twice as much rotation in free spin, which I guess adds to the cool factor Cool.

But, aside from a few more minor adjustments, all is functioning well, so I move on to a far less nerve-wracking portion of this project: re-bluing.

To me, a rust blue is peerless in terms of looks.  I've read a lot of arguments on it's durability in comparison to modern finishing methods, but I've always been more than satisfied.

I just ordered a bottle of Birchwood Casey blue remover (want to take it easy on that engraving), and reordered the grip blanks.

It may be a while before my next update, finding time for my project between work and all.  I think I'll finish one at a time so that I can take a side by side before and after photo of a stock and finished revolver together.

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 09:52:09 am 
Started by Ronny the Gambler - Last post by mandrakke
I'm trying to attach some photos of the magazine stop and slide.

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 09:32:38 am 
Started by olered - Last post by olered
Looking at a Uberti 1873 that is marked Mitchell Arms Santa Ana, Calif.  I have not heard of this company. Anyone know anything about them? How many importers are there out there- finding more and more.

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