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    Nice piece, didn't know I could find ordnance...

    Nice piece, didn't know I could find ordnance there...I was raised over by Point Pelee.
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    Agreed, the earlier brass rod. Later was steel.

    Agreed, the earlier brass rod. Later was steel.
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    Haven't seen those since my '28 Thompson left.

    Haven't seen those since my '28 Thompson left.
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    Yup, even says so on the base.

    Yup, even says so on the base.
  5. You have to get down to the base metal...

    You have to get down to the base metal...
  6. I suspect you didn't open up the pores of the...

    I suspect you didn't open up the pores of the metal then. You have to get to the base under the rust and oxidation to get blue to work well...many try to just rub it on and it doesn't work.
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    I was hoping for some full length pics to see...

    I was hoping for some full length pics to see better.
  8. When we sleeved barrels we had a policy not to...

    When we sleeved barrels we had a policy not to sleeve anything .30 cal or bigger, the high pressure stuff. We didn't know if it would take it. Still don't. I'd just make a barrel in .303 or...
  9. I believe it would be WW1 and looks like the US...

    I believe it would be WW1 and looks like the US model...but hard to say exactly for me.
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    Nice clean looking rifle...

    Nice clean looking rifle...
  11. I have a really long 3-9 variable Weaver like...

    I have a really long 3-9 variable Weaver like that, even after all these years it shoots great.
  12. I can see them listening... :rofl:

    I can see them listening... :rofl:
  13. Neat, the tool in the butt is for the US issue M1...

    Neat, the tool in the butt is for the US issue M1 rifle.
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    Just fitting it won't alter anything to a danger...

    Just fitting it won't alter anything to a danger point.
  15. I'd settle for two or three hundred...and just...

    I'd settle for two or three hundred...and just focus on dime sized groups.
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    Love looking at an M14 rifle, specially dressed...

    Love looking at an M14 rifle, specially dressed in walnut. He didn't need to paint the highlites though...
  17. I'm going this morning because I know it'll end...

    I'm going this morning because I know it'll end soon. We just had an email about attendance, we're now being watched as there were complaints to the municipality about people from different...
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    We went out last night to pick up a few things...

    We went out last night to pick up a few things and came back with very few. The picture you show wasn't there at the market we went to, empty shelves still. It seems people still have to hoard...
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    Set back could be done too, just one turn. Then...

    Set back could be done too, just one turn. Then carefully take the back end off until you have clearance...I'd have to open a book to find out how far cylinder gap needs... Again a lathe is...
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    I weep to think of the Noosa Heads and Surfer's...

    I weep to think of the Noosa Heads and Surfer's Paradise deserted of all that nubile bare flesh...a ghost town in each case. Sad, summer gone.
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    Agreed, use the separated case remover, as shown...

    Agreed, use the separated case remover, as shown in the other post. This would be how we knew what the stoppage was. Cock the weapon and find this on the case. .303 sometimes comes out but I...
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    Well, pulling the barrel really isn't hard if you...

    Well, pulling the barrel really isn't hard if you have the tools. Can't say for a layman though, don't know what you have access to. Perfectly centered means you have a bit more "Gap" than needed...
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    Saw this many times in the old days on MG ranges...

    Saw this many times in the old days on MG ranges with the 1919A4 and M2 .50 browning. Stop, unload and headspace and time... It usually came after a new barrel broke in and changed it's tolerance.
  24. THAT'S why I have surgical gloves on hand and...

    THAT'S why I have surgical gloves on hand and have for years. Not because of this current unpleasantness...I hate that smell sticking to me. I'll set up a 100 oz can on a mountain stove and boil a...
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    No...there's a proper tool for that. Brownells...

    No...there's a proper tool for that. Brownells offers it, have a look. I've cleaned them up a bit after some years of them spitting. It's because they're a bit out of tune(alignment).
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