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Unread 03-25-2020, 07:53 PM   #41
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My smith only gave me the ok on the barrels themselves, I'll have to talk to him about the extracter. But it seems to me that the extractor has been modified to chamber a smaller shell.
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Unread 03-26-2020, 01:12 PM   #42
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My smith only gave me the ok on the barrels themselves, I'll have to talk to him about the extracter. But it seems to me that the extractor has been modified to chamber a smaller shell.
Perhaps he can find a extractor , probably would shoot fine with RST loads .
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The dimples are necessary to extract the right shell. The extractor looks homemade and poorly fitted. Not Parker quality.
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Is it possible that heat and some form of hammering was done to try and put the barrels back on face? It may be a reflection, but barrels appear to be off face. I hope I am wrong!
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The barrel lug appears to be welded in the hinge pin area and the bolt latching area. The heat discoloration in both areas is the evidence and could be easily removed with scotch brite, bright-boys,etc.
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