• Gun Restoration

    From swc@VERT to All on Wed Jun 29 21:44:00 2011
    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns? I'm estimating 1850-1880.


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  • From swc@VERT to swc on Mon Jul 4 01:14:00 2011
    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns? I'm estimating 1850-1880.


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    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

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  • From swc@VERT to swc on Fri Jul 8 22:27:00 2011
    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns? I'm estimating 1850-1880.


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    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

    problem was that after plum browning the trigger guard I snapped it in half at the screw hole, crappy. I was thinking to weld a little piece of metal to the back side and work it down but I think that's a little overkill, plus I suck at welding. New plan is to JB Weld a small piece of tin to the back and work that down instead. I think that'll work well. Ha! Think so?

    swc

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  • From swc@VERT to swc on Tue Jul 26 21:16:00 2011
    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns? I'm estimating 1850-1880.


    q






    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

    problem was that after plum browning the trigger guard I snapped it in half
    at
    the screw hole, crappy. I was thinking to weld a little piece of metal to
    the
    back side and work it down but I think that's a little overkill, plus I suck at
    welding. New plan is to JB Weld a small piece of tin to the back and work
    that
    down instead. I think that'll work well. Ha! Think so?

    swc


    None of that worked, still in two pieces. In other news I'm a damn artist. Stock was eaten by some kinda worm (remember it's about 150 years old) and a large amount of wood was missing from right above the butt plate. Acraglass plus a lot of sawdust, about 40% (sanding a piece of wood of roughly the same color as your stock). Make walls with your modeling clay so you can make a matchbox sized clump of AG. Wait... Start filing and sanding. It works better than I ever could expected, it is wonderful thing. Seriously I'm awesome, it looks really good.

    swc

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  • From Superloadedcat@VERT to swc on Wed Aug 31 23:07:00 2011
    Re: Re: Gun Restoration
    By: swc to swc on Tue Jul 26 2011 10:16 pm

    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns?
    I
    estimating 1850-1880.


    q






    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

    problem was that after plum browning the trigger guard I snapped it in ha
    at
    the screw hole, crappy. I was thinking to weld a little piece of metal to
    the
    back side and work it down but I think that's a little overkill, plus I s at
    welding. New plan is to JB Weld a small piece of tin to the back and work
    that
    down instead. I think that'll work well. Ha! Think so?

    swc


    None of that worked, still in two pieces. In other news I'm a damn artist. Stock was eaten by some kinda worm (remember it's about 150 years old) and a large amount of wood was missing from right above the butt plate. Acraglass plus a lot of sawdust, about 40% (sanding a piece of wood of roughly the sam color as your stock). Make walls with your modeling clay so you can make a matchbox sized clump of AG. Wait... Start filing and sanding. It works bette than I ever could expected, it is wonderful thing. Seriously I'm awesome, it looks really good.

    swc


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  • From Corey@VERT to Superloadedcat on Thu Sep 1 08:32:04 2011
    Re: Re: Gun Restoration
    By: Superloadedcat to swc on Wed Aug 31 2011 11:07 pm

    Re: Re: Gun Restoration
    By: swc to swc on Tue Jul 26 2011 10:16 pm

    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS shotguns
    I
    estimating 1850-1880.


    q






    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

    problem was that after plum browning the trigger guard I snapped it in
    at
    the screw hole, crappy. I was thinking to weld a little piece of metal
    the
    back side and work it down but I think that's a little overkill, plus at
    welding. New plan is to JB Weld a small piece of tin to the back and w
    that
    down instead. I think that'll work well. Ha! Think so?

    swc


    None of that worked, still in two pieces. In other news I'm a damn artist Stock was eaten by some kinda worm (remember it's about 150 years old) an large amount of wood was missing from right above the butt plate. Acragla plus a lot of sawdust, about 40% (sanding a piece of wood of roughly the color as your stock). Make walls with your modeling clay so you can make matchbox sized clump of AG. Wait... Start filing and sanding. It works be than I ever could expected, it is wonderful thing. Seriously I'm awesome, looks really good.

    swc


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  • From Gandolf@VERT to Superloadedcat on Fri Sep 2 16:19:25 2011

    "Superloadedcat" <superloadedcat@HELLSHOA> wrote in message news:4E5F2120.993.dove-gun@galenw.dyndns.org...
    Re: Re: Gun Restoration
    By: swc to swc on Tue Jul 26 2011 10:16 pm

    Anyone know anything about Belgian percussion 10Ga. SxS
    shotguns?
    I
    estimating 1850-1880.


    q






    me neither but it's coming along nicely, needs new locks.

    problem was that after plum browning the trigger guard I snapped it
    in ha
    at
    the screw hole, crappy. I was thinking to weld a little piece of
    metal to
    the
    back side and work it down but I think that's a little overkill, plus
    I s
    at
    welding. New plan is to JB Weld a small piece of tin to the back and
    work
    that
    down instead. I think that'll work well. Ha! Think so?

    swc


    None of that worked, still in two pieces. In other news I'm a damn
    artist.
    Stock was eaten by some kinda worm (remember it's about 150 years old)
    and a
    large amount of wood was missing from right above the butt plate. Acraglass
    plus a lot of sawdust, about 40% (sanding a piece of wood of roughly the sam
    color as your stock). Make walls with your modeling clay so you can make
    a
    matchbox sized clump of AG. Wait... Start filing and sanding. It works bette
    than I ever could expected, it is wonderful thing. Seriously I'm
    awesome, it
    looks really good.

    swc


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