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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by moona11, Mar 28, 2015.
Finally finished a few projects that have been keeping me busy.
Damn I never thought you would get that pump 22 looking that good. Excellent.
Nice work Moonzy!
Thanks took a while but was fun.
I feel like I accomplished Somethin Sunday, when I broke down a Mossberg 500 to a pile of parts, cleaned it up, and it worked when I out it back together.
Nice work Moona! Don't you love when they come out looking just like you planned!
Nice work, Moonz! Is that a pair of H&R single-shot 12-gauges with ATI pistol grip stocks fitted to them in a couple of photoes?
Peace favor your sword (mobile)
H&R 20ga's go them for cheap. Got them for Evil and one of the boyz.
Those are some good finds. I'd love to run across a good cheap deal like that.
So that's why Evil hasn't been around! She was busy refinishing and building those for you so you could take the credit! :rofl:
They look darn good brother..... Ya done did good!
So sweet seeing that Remington look better.
The others look good too.
What's that going on?
10/22 original stock redone. :-D
I'll trade you a factory Ruger black synthetic strait up for it. You like the modern stuff.
Its nice right;-) who would of thought such nice lines and color are under the cheap finish of a 10/22
Already have a synth stock on it so the kids don't wreak this one
BTW, that chipmonk/groupdhog stock is exactly like the Glenfield Mod. 10 I bought to use for the Scouts, sans the scope, except the action is different (mine's a manual cock plunger) and mine is a bit more "weathered."
Yours turned out nice so I'm sure you "get" why I want to refurb it a bit.
Peace favor your sword,
I get it Kirk they are a nice gun mines a 780. I used a little bit of special oak stain and wiped it off right away and then just put stock sheen on it. I was going to go darker but it turned out nice.