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    Clean it up, oil it, find bolt shoot it, be happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmppres View Post
    Clean it up, oil it, find bolt shoot it, be happy
    That is the plan!

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    I agree with the others on the floor lamp for threading. I've run into a few rifle floor lamps lately. You can get one of the lamp pipes that are standard 1/8-IP threaded for less than a buck at the Home Depot, might be worth picking one up or taking apart one of your wife's lamps to test the theory.

    Was there a buttplate? are there screw holes in it or in the wood under the plate. They would have had to secure it somehow
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    Found an interesting little mark on it. A serif '2' inside a rounded triangle. Looked for examples/pics of other '37 Izhevsks with this mark online..can't find a one. Anyone ever see this one before?
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    Bolt came today...looks like it has been with it all its life.

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