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    Now you need the gun that matches the cleaning...

    Now you need the gun that matches the cleaning tin kit...see...
  2. Here's what I got when clicking the link... ...

    Here's what I got when clicking the link...

    Now we see them...
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    Nice, seldom seen but spoken of...

    Nice, seldom seen but spoken of...
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    Yep, looks good now.

    Yep, looks good now.
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    Well, I guess even though we all read what he...

    Well, I guess even though we all read what he wrote we didn't care because we were more concerned with answering his question...instead of worrying about that. We all knew what he was talking about.
  6. Your pics don't come up...

    Your pics don't come up...
  7. I had one of those too, "War finish" types. It...

    I had one of those too, "War finish" types. It was OK but had been converted to some Canadian police force gun post war. Had a tin rear sight wrapped around the back strap and the foresight was...
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    Looks OK, better than it did before. Let us...

    Looks OK, better than it did before. Let us know how it shoots, bet it's OK.
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    You can polish and then ream if needed but you...

    You can polish and then ream if needed but you can't go backwards. If you can chamber a cartridge it isn't short chambered. Short is far to short to even approach with a cartridge. Once you see...
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    Looks good now. See? Nothing to it...next!

    Looks good now. See? Nothing to it...next!
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    Yes, you'll get the phone book but this has been...

    Yes, you'll get the phone book but this has been discussed here before. By the way, spelling is "Ordnance" for your research. Here are some of the discussions for now. Just so you understand,...
  12. Good clear pics might be invaluable here...

    Good clear pics might be invaluable here...
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    We'll need a pic of you two if you get together...

    We'll need a pic of you two if you get together for beers and burgers or whatever...shooting...
  14. I just don't think so...this far along in the...

    I just don't think so...this far along in the war. I know on some forums they just JUMP to decide it's a gas trap, but I don't think so...
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    They use the wood they have on hand...for this. ...

    They use the wood they have on hand...for this. They made Mahogany stocks and forestocks, pistol grips for their FN rifles too. They were just terrible, showed every thumbnail scratch. Also...
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    Good to see you Steve, well done. Looks like...

    Good to see you Steve, well done. Looks like weather is perfect.
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    Sounds like it's fine...all worked out.

    Sounds like it's fine...all worked out.
  18. Front sight keyway seems to have been draw filed...

    Front sight keyway seems to have been draw filed down to gone. Then yes, perhaps sandpaper. This one was sporterized for sure. The rear sight could slide on again but the front is toast. The cost...
  19. That angle tread?

    That angle tread?
  20. WOW. Finally I see a real one. The carbines...

    WOW. Finally I see a real one. The carbines too...and the Jeep plate, done so you can read it in the mirror following you. Guy up front wearing the seldom seen "Jungle boots" of the era.
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    OK, but they are just gunsmiths' and don't know...

    OK, but they are just gunsmiths' and don't know anything about the original spec. They just look at it and apply a headspace gauge. You might be OK or who knows? That's the thing that keeps most...
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    These are in a different class than an original...

    These are in a different class than an original issue M1917. These had secondary history and are regarded in a different category I think.
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    Yes, that works well too. You can get dark and...

    Yes, that works well too. You can get dark and even.



    That's how I whisker and stain at the same time too. Been using it for years, it's more forgiving than sanding too.
  24. Interesting to see how far the water has...

    Interesting to see how far the water has encroached in that time. The ones out on the strand were not there to start with...
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    Pretty sure we used them as they were...Canadians...

    Pretty sure we used them as they were...Canadians that is.
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