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Old 07-15-2018, 10:29 PM   #1
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A few more angles of the vhe. forgive me for the butt stock pic but I didn't wish to open the safe and redo it. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge.
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Tim,

Someone spent a lot of money having the gun restocked and completely refinished. While not original it is a very nice gun. I would get a competent gunsmith to time the roll joint screw correctly. It should parallel the barrels. It is a shame to do that much work and leave the screw like that.

It was done to the owner's taste and wallet: beavertail forend, checkered butt, DH style teardrop on the stock head, and he was OK with cyanide case colors.
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