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Old February 21st, 2021, 11:50 AM #11
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AR-007, so hard to find parts for. And the rocket-propelled ammunition almost always sells out before I can click "Buy it all".
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Old February 21st, 2021, 11:51 AM #12
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OP sell me those 870s
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Old February 21st, 2021, 11:57 AM #13
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Not ready to admit defeat yet but I have Mauser K98 build that's been back-burnered.

Bought a sewer pipe RC barreled action. Intention is to make a 7mm Mauser (I really like the round) or .308Win (might go this route as a pull thru reamer will be easier to obtain) K98 with a blued finish and a new walnut K98 stock.

I bought a stock from Boyd's and wow....it needs a lot of work. Upper handguard is twice as big as it needs to be, barrel channel isn't finished, cleaning rod hole isn't drilled, disassembly disk is only half cut. On top of that I need to silver solder the sights.

ETA: Oh, almost forgot to mention that whoever removes the barrel from this receiver will be declared king of England. I used oak blocks, rosen, lead, and torqued it down in a barrel vise with my 1200lb Milwaukee impact, cheater bar on the barrel wrench and the damn thing still spins in the fixture before I can loosen it. I don't have a lathe to relieve the shoulder so I think I'm just going to drill the barrel and put a bolt through so it can't spin.
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Old February 21st, 2021, 12:05 PM #14
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Have a SKS and all three models of the Mosin Nagant still slathered in cosmoline. Same lack of interest issue in getting them cleaned.
Keep me in mind I love a good stinky Mosin
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All gone bud! Between my Benelli, Sweet 16, and chopped coach gun an 870 or 500 will find no place in my home. Zero utility.

I actually do have an Marine 500 but itís for my brothers boat. I tossed it in his safe and Iíll never see it again, Iím okay with that.
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Bubba'd the hell out of a Mosin Nagant. Counter bored the barrel, then cut it. Tapped and mounted a scope. Put a Monte Carlo stock on it. Tried the soda can shim trigger job. Had the bolt turned down. It is now laying in parts. I doubt I'll ever touch it again.
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I have a Remmy model 10 or 12 pump shotgun with a broken extractor spring. Made a couple but they broke and Numrich hasn't had any in stock for years...
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I have a really old Walther PPK in parts. It was given to me and was found in a barn with surface rust. Slide would not move at first. Grips were gone also. I soaked the parts and frame in Kroil and a few zip locks. Never got back to it. Also found with it was an old Remington Pump 22 Model 11 or 12 and its the one with the Octagonal barrel. It is from early 1900's. That is mostly cleaned up and in parts packed away. I never will get back to them I dont think. The tube feed rod is gone from the pump 22 buck can buy them still.
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I bought an old double barrel 12 to make into a SBS coach gun. I never got around to finishing that one.
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My 30-06 Weatherby VGR. I trashed it when I rolled my 4wheeler down the mountain on my first bear hunt ever with me on it. It had a beautiful glossy blue and a classic Monte Carlo stock.
I always dreamed of putting one of their polymer stocks on it and having it parkerized.

Now it sits in the back of my safe with a 2" gouge on the barrel and a totally munged up stock. I can't even bring myself to pick it up.

I killed a lot of deer with that gun...
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