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    To add to all this, I recently found. A 22/250...

    To add to all this, I recently found. A 22/250 chambered barrel threaded for a Japanese 99 action and a T38 barrel that had been rebored a d chambered to 7/57 Mauser cartridge. The Japanese did make...
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    Stock Finish

    I have had good results using Antique Maple and Yellow Lux from Brownell and a dab of brown varnish. I pour enough of the yellow lux in a small cut to coat the whole stock. I then add a bit of maple...
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    I hate to see such a nice rifle with a barrel...

    I hate to see such a nice rifle with a barrel with fresh cut threads as that takes away from its originality. Was the barrel from the same series and arsenal. I have shims that I use so as not have...
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    I'm waiting on warmer weather to zero them in and...

    I'm waiting on warmer weather to zero them in and find out how they shoot.
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    Sporters form Japanese left over parts

    I recently put together two nice sporters from parts. I only had to buy one stock, found another one in my pile of junk and it is maple. The t38 with the maple stock is in cal. 7x57 mauser. At some...
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    You all seem to agree so I adhere to your...

    You all seem to agree so I adhere to your judgment and will inform my friend. Thank all of you.

    Roy
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    Jim, thanks, the receiver and all the rest except...

    Jim, thanks, the receiver and all the rest except what I mentioned have been left "bright." It does not belong to me, a friend asked me to find out what I could. I was wondering if it could have been...
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    Look and see what series your rifle is and post...

    Look and see what series your rifle is and post it here. I have several stock that were duffel cut and I'ver repaired and will part with one very reasonable. roy
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    I have owned several 38 carbines that were...

    I have owned several 38 carbines that were converted to 7.62x39 and the magazine box was modified to hold five cartridges in such a way so they would feed into the chamber. I've had several 38...
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    "Stainless Steel" M1

    I have what I believe is a Stainless Steel M1. It is from Springfield Armory Ser. No.3535467. Its in very good condition and the parts are S A marked except the bolt and its H R A. I found a thread...
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    I have owned Chinese converted T38 in 8x57 in...

    I have owned Chinese converted T38 in 8x57 in carbine and long rifle. Also have had several carbines converted to 7.62x39 and a T38 converted by the Siamese to 30-06.
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    There is a difference in a school rifle and a...

    There is a difference in a school rifle and a trainer. School rifles could be regular rifle that for one reason or anther were taken out of service and issued to school. Trainers were made from...
  13. 30-06 Brass

    If you are making 7.7 brass out of 06 brass just don't tighten your sizing die down - let it leave the case a bit long. O6 brass will awlays bulge at the base as it is smaller than 7.7 brass. Fire...
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    The finish on the T99's was made from the sap of...

    The finish on the T99's was made from the sap of a tree or vine much like poison ivy. The best I can spell the name of it is Ushira. Thats why when sanding the GI's broke out with the rash. I had a...
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    Thats not a bad price this day and time for a...

    Thats not a bad price this day and time for a rifle that looks to be that good. Price is determined by how bad one wantes to sell and how bad one wants it. They are not like Ford truck, if you don't...
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    When the receiver was machined for the scope base...

    When the receiver was machined for the scope base the serial number and series mark were machined off. The serial number is either on the top of the rear bridge or side of the front. Taking the block...
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    That is a very good restoration. Filled screw...

    That is a very good restoration. Filled screw hole are very good and so is the forearm. I had to read what you said before I noticed the filled holes and made forearm.
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    You can buy tubes of any caliber, so you can cut...

    You can buy tubes of any caliber, so you can cut threads and chamber for any gun or cartridge.
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    At one time I had three and all were different...

    At one time I had three and all were different colors. On one the but stock was one inch shorter. If thats poly on the stock it will be hard to remove without taking of the finish under it also. roy
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    You've got a prize.

    You've got a prize.
  21. Making 6.5x50 cases.

    I've been sorting through my amm in the last day or so and I found 40 or so rounds of 6.5x50 ammo that was loaded in cases made from 7.62 x 51 Nato brass. When I made this brass I used a swadge die...
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    This is a test to see if I can post

    This is a test to see if I can post
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    First is a 7 as already stated. Second is a 21...

    First is a 7 as already stated. Second is a 21 and third is a 6.
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    Several years ago I paid $400 for just a pistol....

    Several years ago I paid $400 for just a pistol. I would say the pistol, holster, lanyard and bring back papers would be around $1000. I gave $750 not long ago for a T14, with holster, lanyard, bring...
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    You need 7.7x58 ammo for your rifle. If you will...

    You need 7.7x58 ammo for your rifle. If you will post a good clear picture of the left side of the receiver someone will tell you where it was made and the series.
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