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    Announcement How to use "The Restorer's Corner" Forum

    Welcome to the "The Restorer's Corner".

    All content and pics should be restricted to material only relating to discussions about of restoration and refinishing techniques of military surplus arms from all countries. This forum is not intended for discussions about gunsmithing techniques and related issues. Any discussions relating to these types of issues should be posted to our Gunsmithing for Old Milsurps (click here).

    Just for clarity, this forum is not designed to encourage the sporterizing, humping , or bubba-ing of "all correct" and "original condition" collectible milsurps. In fact, discussions of that nature appearing in this forum will be considered heresy and summarily deleted without notice by the moderators. It IS designed to help collectors discuss the various techniques and skills needed to restore a damaged, or previously sporterized milsurp, to its formal "all correct" condition.

    Besides our regular moderating staff (claven2 and Stevo), this particular forum is also moderated by louthepou (click to contact).

    We hope you enjoy this addition to the Military Surplus Collectors Forums.

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