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Unread 05-05-2019, 07:09 AM   #13
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Jay, the wrist had been broken at least two or three times and had been poorly repaired and voids left by missing pieces had been filled with some unknown substance and no attempt had been made to disguise it. The checkering on the grip and ball had also been poorly done. It needs to be replaced but I want to keep that beautiful honey-blonde stock. I have discussed this work with Chris Dawe but getting it to him is always a problem.

There is very little else that needs to be done other than to replace the screw at the front of the trigger plate. It had been drilled for an “easy-out” because it was frozen in place.
That and maybe a proper refinish of the barrels.

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