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    thanks for the kind reply, chuck. i could send...

    thanks for the kind reply, chuck. i could send the stuff to you if you are willing to give it a try! just let me know what you would need, bolt, barrel etc.
    regards,
    mike boyd
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    Hi-Standard k-120 riot

    I have subject shotgun. 12 gauge, extended magazine 7 shot. probably from the 1970's. my problem is the re-assembly of the trigger group. i had to replace a broken trigger and for the life of me i...
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    Dr. Sledge was a quiet and un-assuming biology...

    Dr. Sledge was a quiet and un-assuming biology prof. at the University of Montevallo. I spent 1970-1974 there and he taught our biology class a few times when the reg prof was away. I dont think even...
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    because i had given him a pocketknife years ago,...

    because i had given him a pocketknife years ago, my old boss, 3 years ago called me to the engineering Christmas party. he stated he didn't need it. he gave me a samuri sword shorter than the one...
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    i purchased 1 at the Case auction in knoxville?...

    i purchased 1 at the Case auction in knoxville? nashville? many years ago. they were in a cardboard box with a couple other , shall we say, variants!
    my understanding at the time was made for...
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    Please share the story behind the rifles!

    Please share the story behind the rifles!
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    Since the subject is Plainfields, what about...

    Since the subject is Plainfields, what about Universals? I have installed a gi bolt but the hole for the pin that accepts the triggerguard is a bit smaller than gi. i got the BR at anniston and it...
  8. '61 Springfield

    the pattern 1861 and 1863 were very similiar. IMHO the main difference was the 1861 has a clean our screw for the cone, (nipple). the '63's do not have the clean out screw. the shortcoming of the...
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    audie

    the bham march show 2 years ago indeed had these famous rifles. Murphy's was found in Anniston. Bradley's was a folding stock. in addition there was a carbine competition where entrants submitted...
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    1917 barrel

    ...and get out your wallet! GB new ones in $300 range.
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    good faith neighbors

    you are correct to raise eyebrows...but. the base has a good neighbor working relationship with the local rural area. many residents work at the base and have loved ones in the small communities...
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    mags also

    another 'ol gas bag remembers tons of brown wrappered clips/mags at army-navy, gunshows and such. couldn't give 'em away!
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    Sticky: Hello folks, new to this forum, know I'm in good...

    Hello folks, new to this forum, know I'm in good company! roosterinalabamy

    Definition of "alone"...In bad company.
    Ambrose Bierce
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