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Unread 06-02-2019, 06:34 PM   #11
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Posting pictures is a little too high tech for me. I still use a flip phone.
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Is it one of the early ones with the dial on it? You can't post pictures from those.....






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[QUOTE=Dean Romig;274957]Is it one of the early ones with the dial on it? You can't post pictures from those.....


I've got one of those rotary dial phones too. I have to go through an operator to make a call. For God's sake , I shoot 100 year old shotguns.
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Operator?? I did not know they still exhist Probable answered in India
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Had a 22 and 23 last night and was shooting my magnum loads - 7/8oz. Both misses were me. Our leagues are starting and I hope I can continue with the good shooting. It feels great and swings nice. Maybe it's the Federal papers I reloaded.
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yep got to be the federal papers they will do it every time...charlie good luck with the shooting
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Well, the more I look at the barrel, the more disappointed I become. I believe the fellow doing it used a sand blaster to remove the old bluing. It's now a grainy black, not a nice smooth surface. What do you guys who own one have to say about the surface. It was smooth when I gave it to him. It is very uniform in color, just a shall I say ruff surface.
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He probably let it rust too long.





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A good friend, who is also a gunsmith, is the one who suggested it that a sandblaster was used to remove the old bluing. He said he then should have smoothed it up before bluing. I'll just shoot it for now.
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At the good friend?
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