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Old 08-09-2013, 04:32 PM   #1
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Just traded two boxes of twelve gauge shells for a Stevens Model 84C. It's going to need some cosmetic work but it works fine. He only asked for one box but I gave him two because we work together. I'm excited for this project!!
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Old 08-09-2013, 04:42 PM   #2
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Just traded two boxes of twelve gauge shells for a Stevens Model 84C. It's going to need some cosmetic work but it works fine. He only asked for one box but I gave him two because we work together. I'm excited for this project!!
Cool. Good luck with your project. We're gonna need before and after pictures.
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I got a Stevens for my wife. I think that was a good trade.
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Cool. Good luck with your project. We're gonna need before and after pictures.
He got it when he was 19 from a pawn shop and he thought it would be cool to be black lol. He taped the whole stock.

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Any help finding parts like a side mount would be great.
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He got it when he was 19 from a pawn shop and he thought it would be cool to be black lol. He taped the whole stock.

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I got a Savage MKII once form someone for doing a little computer work that thy used camo duct tape to cover the stock and the barrel. That was one funky lookin' gun
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I got a Savage MKII once form someone for doing a little computer work that thy used camo duct tape to cover the stock and the barrel. That was one funky lookin' gun
Thankfully he knows enough about guns to leave the barrel alone lol
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I will have finished pictures up within the hour. Just giving the parts a little extra time to dry. Here is the rifle before starting.

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He got it when he was 19 from a pawn shop and he thought it would be cool to be black lol. He taped the whole stock.
Gah!! What the hell is that???
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