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Old 03-29-2014, 11:01 AM   #41
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WOOW ............ 221 videos . I think I gain 5 lbs watching them and now I know more about you then my ex-wife . I love your dogs and how well they are trained . I trained my dog to be a guard dog and have no fear of anything or anyone . I love your wood elevator I can see that save you a lot of time and work . Love your computer you built I have trouble turning mind on and off .

The firearm laws and cold weather there in Canada would keep me from ever moving there . I'm a desert rat and love the heat and the 350 days of motorcycle riding here in part of Tx .
I post them up there for others, to share how to do it.
Guess the main reason I moved here was free medical and let me tell it was worth it.
And at that time only a ferry came to the island. Now we have a bridge Confederation bridge. I worked on that for 2 years heavy construction carpenter.
I'm a beach bum myself, but we only get 2 months of it.
I took of all the gun stuff a few weeks ago. Things were going on here.in Canada with new
long rifle bans. %^&*%&$%&%*&^*^*
I will up load one again and would appreciate yout comments Please. Later on tonight
Just finished threading the WCF barrel for a flash arrest-er / muzzel brake what ever.
I put them on every thing I have. Have on on my Norico S&W 40 EVEN.
Also milled the dove tail for the original front sight. Been at it all day, Having a break.
Hope to finish it all today. Bluing the barrel and receiver. TTYL
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Old 03-29-2014, 02:07 PM   #42
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If they want my guns , I will donate all my guns and ammo to a biker gangs or the mexican cartel 1st before I turn them over to the Government . All my asset are liquid so I can move quickly .
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If they want my guns , I will donate all my guns and ammo to a biker gangs or the mexican cartel 1st before I turn them over to the Government . All my asset are liquid so I can move quickly .
I'M NOT GIVING UP ANYTHING
I have paid my dues on this planet lived my life and not selling my soul.
Another long day in the shop and loving it.
Missed lunch again but do not need it.
7:30 PM ADT here and just finished in the shop.
Dogs get fed first then me so I never forget them.
Tomorrow is another day and will blue the but plate and a few other pieces.
Had to put it all together to see how it looked and it it still function.
This is not everyone piece of cake but I'll eat my mistakes.

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Wow look what i just found

Guess I'm not the only nut.
Threaded barrel way back.
Teddy Roosevelt silencer WOW
I think I'm going in the right direction.
I now know how to use the two hole's in the side of the receiver now LOL
Never will find on bit can make one HAHAHA





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Old 03-29-2014, 11:29 PM   #45
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I had a 95 in 30-06 with same exact sight on it . That is one smoothest action .
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Was the sigh any good ??
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Was the sigh any good ??
Yes I like it . It was fastest to change for long shoots and very rugged to boot .
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Yes I like it . It was fastest to change for long shoots and very rugged to boot .
Where do I get one before I make one LOL
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Old 03-30-2014, 06:15 AM   #49
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WINCHESTER 1894 WCF finished for now.

Well this is the finally deal.
Blued the rest of the parts, do not want to make it to NEW hahaha
Happy with the results for a 1928 rifle. Got to love the steel in those old Rifles.
Snowing again so will fire it tomorrow and see how it all works.
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I'm getting ready to go to lunch with a friend . There is a company that remade them for the Browning 1895 Winc . I will look later . This guy that has this for sale in on drugs you need to call Lyman and see they have some in new old stock laying around or check Gun parts . $100 is a fair price .

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Lym...item58adb43b49
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OK
Thank you
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OK
Thank you
Here I found it . Tell them your a Gunsmith and see if they discount it .

http://www.buffaloarms.com/Lyman_21_....aspx?CAT=4096
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Hey Thank you
That other person must be on something $ 400.00 Insane
Still this one @ 140.00 will cost me 155.00 Canadian plus shipping
Still way up there.
I will contact Lyman Tomorrow I get a discount from then.
Measured the two hole 8x32 tapped, so might try and make one.
Hope you had a good lunch
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Here I found it . Tell them your a Gunsmith and see if they discount it .

http://www.buffaloarms.com/Lyman_21_....aspx?CAT=4096
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Old 03-30-2014, 12:38 PM   #54
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The ones in paste are not made by Lyman they are made by Providence Tool Co. LLC .
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Right on
The only problem I see right now is where the holes are.
I'm not tapping new hole into this rifle receiver at all.
The hole's that are there are strategically placed and are good threads.
I tried socket head screw 8x32 and it was perfect.
Hard to know what they mounted.
My piccatney rails do not match the holes. so that's out unless I re drill the rail.
Unless I had the center to center of the hole of that sight I would be wasting money.
Just as soon make my own.
I'll just dream on it and see what I come up with.
I'm my research into Winchester thay made 1/2 and a 2/3 tubes. A 6 shot tube.
They also made back then a 20" barrel.
I think they where called trapper rifles.
Anyway I love my rifle and will re-sight it in tomorrow and make sure evey thing functions.
We had snow again today then rain miss-arable weather.
I remember 20 years ago the company I worked for doing mold making sent me down to Texas to a mold making place to get info on how they did stuff.
Just about this time of year.
Same thing snow here but when I got off of the plane in March flowers all around HAHAHA
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I called Lyman but they no longer have that style sight.
I get a good discount from them.
I called Buffalo Arms no discount.
But they do have this which is 1/2 the price the one at Lyman.
What a game

http://www.buffaloarms.com/Williams_....aspx?CAT=4777

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These people make it and sell them for $100 plus they have good pics of it to copy it .

http://www.providencetoolcompanyllc.com/rifles.html
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OK
Thank you
I bought two Williams peep sights from Buffalo price shipping total $85.00
Cant beat that.
So that will take care of my post 1976 and pre 1956 / 94's as they are tapped for it.
Found the steel today to try and make the Lyman sight.
But things may change.
Consideration.
Use existing taps hole on WCF to mount a rail for a scope.
Tig the holes re-due the receiver and mount a Williams like the others.
Will wait for the sight to try it all out first..
My laser in bore sights came to day so fun and games as I try it all out..
The only thing that saves me during the winter is projects like this.
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I have tons of parts .. Here is some of my many sights . I have firing pin and tons of other parts I'm going to sell . If you are serous buyer I will take pics . I have checkering and carving tools .





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I have tons of parts .. Here is some of my many sights . I have firing pin and tons of other parts I'm going to sell . If you are serous buyer I will take pics . I have checkering and carving tools .





Wish you would have spoke up sooner.
You must be planing to leave the planet.
How much for the checking set, for a starter, and the peep sights.
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