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    Bonehill converted. 22

    Thought I might show my new to me 1894 IC1 converted into. 22 by Bonehill for the society of miniture rifle clubs.
    It doesn't look like it's ever been apart so will leave it that way
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    It looks like it needs some TLC, but sweet. Great find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHOF60 View Post
    It looks like it needs some TLC, but sweet. Great find.
    It surely does ! I am a sucker for an ugly duckling, probably won't do to much to it other than give the stock and metal a oil
    Thanks for the reply
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    hi that is nice i could live with one of them in my safe


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