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    Quote Originally Posted by tatou View Post
    The heat shield came from Parts For Antique Guns, in Georgia.
    Yep, nice stuff.

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    the screws… they are very very soft and strip easily. So new ones are a must.
    Agreed, they bugger up the slots so easily.



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    Good choice, not his first project gun. Yes, they can have hangups after 100 years or so and need a bit of help.
    Regards, Jim

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