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Jump to new posts gunbroker listings by graybeardtmm3 @ 19 minutes 51 seconds ago

couple of guns currently on gb; https://www.gunbroker.com/item/873392145 with some proof marks i am not familiar with... and a fairly nice helice system french gun with a name on the tubes i've not seen before, https://www.gunbroker.com/item/8722
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Jump to new posts Re: W C Scott and Son chamber size question by KY Jon @ 23 minutes 42 seconds ago

2 3-4” almost never. If the gun has been in the us long? If so most likely answer is somebody eased the chambers from 2.5 to 2.75. Measure the wall thickness. If greater than .100 you should be ok with same pressure loads. If under .080 I would not
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Jump to new posts Re: Charles Daly Diamond Grades by Recoil Rob @ 24 minutes 7 seconds ago

That's a 16 I'd own! What bbl. length did you end up with?
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Jump to new posts Re: Charcoal bluing by BrentD @ Today at 01:46 PM

Originally Posted By: PhysDocI wanted to give charcoal bluing a try, I found this recipe in Clyde Baker's book "Modern Gunsmithing" It reads: An old English gun maker gave me the following which I have seen him use to produce very fine wo
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Jump to new posts MINT - BERNARDELLI HAMMER 12 GA - FROM 1968 by Guy Ave @ Today at 12:26 PM

Mint condition Bernardelli 12 gauge hammer shotgun. Specs are listed below. 29 1/2" barrels with .722 bores - 32/1000 right and 42/1000 left choke Chambers are 3" Rebounding hammers Date code is 1968 - Stoeger Import 95% original case col
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Jump to new posts Re: high walls in 30 US by james-l @ Today at 11:52 AM

Somewhere I've seen a photo of the Krag Highwall that Townsend Whelen owned and used for years, wonder what configuration it was.
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Jump to new posts Re: The pinfire game gun by Geo. Newbern @ Today at 10:55 AM

Here's one more for comparison. A Boss built in 1860 as a pinfire gun and converted to centerfire. It seems facially similar to the ones posted above, but this one has an underlever single bite lockup...Geo
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Jump to new posts Re: Auguste Francotte by Steve Nash @ Today at 09:33 AM

Wonderful article, thanks for sharing.
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Jump to new posts Re: Light Gun for a friend Wanted by Daryl Hallquist @ Today at 09:30 AM

Awfully pretty gun, but out of the "shooter" category I think he's looking for. Thanks for the post.
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Jump to new posts Re: LOW PRESSURE LOADS FOR DAMASCUS by KY Jon @ Today at 09:09 AM

If you look you can find several 7/8 ounce loads that come in under 8,000 psi.. Two of my favorites are 800X 1200fps at 7500 psi and a 572 load which is 1150fps at 7,200 psi. I have used both and they are listed on Hodgdon powder site and I had the
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Jump to new posts Re: True or false? Can a boxlock be a “Best” gun? by Steve Nash @ Today at 01:28 AM

Originally Posted By: Karl GraebnerRocketman, That is a very good explanation of it. Karl I agree as well
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Jump to new posts Re: Perazzi semantics question MX8/MX12/MX2000S by Wonko the Sane @ Yesterday at 10:37 PM

Dennis, I hate to correct my elders but the 1968 Olympic games were held in Mexico City & that is where the MX8 name came from on the drop out trigger guns that made Perazzi well known & I can't remember the name of the men's International
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Jump to new posts Re: Greener rescue by SamW @ Yesterday at 08:24 PM

An interesting project Steve. Hope the owner didn't participate in the fall and get like damage. Beautiful replacement wood!
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Jump to new posts Re: Stock Blank Assessment by graybeardtmm3 @ Yesterday at 08:05 PM

i would suggest taking your photos with a tape or yardstick along side...that gives everyone a better idea of how layouts might proceed... your additional shots of #1 look like a very good grain flow through the wrist... developing a taste for nice
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Jump to new posts Re: Vendors and private sellers wanted. by builder @ Yesterday at 03:25 PM

Mike, is there a copy of the sign up for shooting sheet available to print out?
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Jump to new posts Re: Gun shop southern north Carolina by PALUNC @ Yesterday at 02:46 PM

There is a mixture. On one wall alone he has the whole row filled with Lefever's, Smith's Foxes and Parkers. On the other side there are Browning's and various mixture of other Makers. I can say there are some typical new guns such as Browning's. Ber
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Jump to new posts Re: Hoffman humor by 257rob @ Yesterday at 09:57 AM

Originally Posted By: SKBSo the Hoffman arrived, the stock break was or I should say the attempted repair, was worse than hoped for. Nice trap buttplate and engraved grip cap, all the metal is excellent, over all a pretty good deal. I'm not sure what
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Jump to new posts Re: SKB 100 Ithaca vs Mitsui imports by BrentD @ 07/07/20 09:23 PM

It is a fine late season load as well. Gotta love #5s for ducks or pheasants anytime, anywhere. they will work in a Giant Canada too, if in a pinch.
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Jump to new posts Re: Don't miss 'The Pinfire Game Gun' by Steve Nash @ 07/07/20 08:33 PM

Originally Posted By: ShotgunjonesRather than polluting that great show with comments, I'll just say thanks in a new thread. Excellent descriptions and photos Mr. Nash. I hope there's more! Thank you. And yes, there's more. About four dozen more
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Jump to new posts Re: Slacum Digest by Woodreaux @ 07/07/20 05:27 PM

If you do give it another try, let us know how it goes. Glad to see your greener re-stock project on the pro page. Looking forward to seeing it come together. As for the slacum digest, it's up to 40 pages now and includes lots of different formu
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Jump to new posts Re: A.H.Fox 12 Ga. Ansley era 1st Gen 26" B-Grade 1515 by Jason Peck @ 07/07/20 03:57 PM

Originally Posted By: DoublefanI'm old school and not much on a computer. Interested. Can I call you? Thanks, Bob pm sent
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Jump to new posts Gunroom storage ideas by Chad Linder @ 07/07/20 02:13 PM

When I built my home a number of years ago my buddy and I built a storage unit, with drawers and shelving to hold 20 guns in a staggered pattern. I completed the lower section but life got in the way and I never finished the angled wall supports. I
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Jump to new posts Re: Vintage Springfield " Sporter" by rocky mtn bill @ 07/07/20 12:23 PM

Craig, I haven't seen any Californians at the range since who knows when. I suspect they don't pay dues and have a card that opens the gate. Brent, I shot my best group with cast bullets, about 1.1" @ 50 yds.,Fed 210M, 38 grs H4831, Lyman 31104
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Jump to new posts Re: Invon Lefaucheux Bte ŕ Paris by Steve Nash @ 07/07/20 12:17 PM

Fantastic gun and photos. It is fascinating to think these guns were used in France for many years before the British gun industry started down that path. A very clever design, beautifully rendered.
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Jump to new posts Re: Swelling a butt stock for refinish by battle @ 07/06/20 11:23 PM

No name on the lever. But stamped Darne on top of breech.
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