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Old 12-12-2012, 04:49 PM   #21
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HM2, having safes will not deter the alphabet boys from getting at them. Having his "hoard" under lock and key may be their concern. Why would he be recording C&R purchases--especially in large numbers? Just inviting problems.
To my knowledge these are all FFL buys. I was concerned that he should be able to prove they were all under lock and key, and to have them be logged so he would at least know where his inventory was stored.
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When to the Tulsa show this weekend. I noticed many fun new toys to add, but in the end, I added another Mosin Nagant to the safe. This second one is a 1930 91/30. Looks to me like it is laminated stock, maching numbers, hex reciever, that is is good shape, with an accessory kit (something that didn't happen with my first). I took a pic of the two of them together. The 1891 is in the back, and somehow looks a bit shorter than the 91/30. This is not a very good pic, but something to look at. I will have to try to have better pics after I get this second rifle cleaned up. Also, thanks for the help so far.
I have some pictures of the two style of laminated stocks: the one on the sniper is for a round receiver, and came with it. The next laminated stock is on a hex receiver. Bought this one on e-Bay to replace the oil saturated refurb stock. The 3rd picture is an example of what Jpyle was talking about when he suggested removing the butt plate. Please excuse my photography. The difference in the two stocks is better appreciated in person.[IMG][IMG][/IMG][/IMG]

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I have some pictures of the two style of laminated stocks: the one on the sniper is for a round receiver, and came with it. The next laminated stock is on a hex receiver. Bought this one on e-Bay to replace the oil saturated refurb stock. The 3rd picture is an example of what Jpyle was talking about when he suggested removing the butt plate. Please excuse my photography. The difference in the two stocks is better appreciated in person.[IMG][IMG][/IMG][/IMG]
Please excuse my photography, looks like they didn't come out at all, ****
How about
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Please excuse my photography, looks like they didn't come out at all, ****
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Your pics also illustrate the tang notch and toe splice typical of a laminated stock...I assume there is a barrel band finger grove on both?
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Your pics also illustrate the tang notch and toe splice typical of a laminated stock...I assume there is a barrel band finger grove on both?
Yep, your assumption is correct.
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