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    I finally found a stock for it at the Louisville show. So the partial restoration is done.










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    Nice wood on that rifle. Wish we could have them here always green with envy don't cost to dream I guess........!
    Bit of the farm stuff L-R ~ looks like set of scarifiers guessing the green things on the left of them could be a set of discs, with what a 20 run seeder, set of moulboard ploughs.
    When I was a farmhand up north I was pulling an 80 run seeder with a John Deere 215Hp 4X4 tractor but she certainly knew she had that behind her the shift on the run from 1st to 2nd was a blessing not like the Steiger Panther we had ploughing where you had to stop to change I was pulling 82 discs (John Shearer's 2 x 30 & 1 x 22 set) with her when you were doing your headlands you had to ensure you did not turn to tightly lest you turn the rear plough inside out. I still miss the land it was a 33,000 acre Wheat & Sheep property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CINDERS View Post
    Nice wood on that rifle. Wish we could have them here always green with envy don't cost to dream I guess........!
    Bit of the farm stuff L-R ~ looks like set of scarifiers guessing the green things on the left of them could be a set of discs, with what a 20 run seeder, set of moulboard ploughs.
    When I was a farmhand up north I was pulling an 80 run seeder with a John Deere 215Hp 4X4 tractor but she certainly knew she had that behind her the shift on the run from 1st to 2nd was a blessing not like the Steiger Panther we had ploughing where you had to stop to change I was pulling 82 discs (John Shearer's 2 x 30 & 1 x 22 set) with her when you were doing your headlands you had to ensure you did not turn to tightly lest you turn the rear plough inside out. I still miss the land it was a 33,000 acre Wheat & Sheep property.
    The only thing I do these days is plant 4 acres of Sunflowers for the birds and 4 acres of Radishes, Sugar Beets and Turnips for the deer. I own a 4010 gas and all those implements you see behind the Garandicon are antiques....just like me. I have a fried and his son that cash rent the 91 acres that's tillable. The other 80 acres is in CRP, treed ditches and 5 ponds. I also have a 50-100-250 and 400 yard range in my back yard.

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    Nice looking rifle Rick...came along nicely. Sounds like the retirement is too...

    Regards, Jim

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