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    Quote Originally Posted by CINDERS View Post
    I just noticed John172 what appears to be a blob of brass brazing under the rear adjustable sight holding it from moving is this so then tats a bit of a bugger.
    Drilling & taping of the receiver & charger bridge will always affect the value they can be filled and made almost invisible but the thing is you cannot disguise the fact I would leave it and enjoy it as it is and look for another full wood.
    Sound advice thank you CINDERS!
    And yes that rear sight doesnt move, why would that blob have been put there??

    Are brass blobs easy to remove?

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