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Old 10-23-2012, 12:59 PM   #21
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I was so impressed with your project, I plan on doing my 60A unless you volunteer of course... . Cliff
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:06 PM   #22
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I was so impressed with your project, I plan on doing my 60A unless you volunteer of course... . Cliff
Hey ... Send it on over! Was fun. I'd love to do it again!
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I am seriously considering just that.Cliff
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That looks AWESOME! That deep rich blue totally transformed the gun! The stock looks amazing as well! I think you need to let us know how she shoots!
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Thats frickin gorgeous.
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Thanks again guys! What a fun little project this was. Makes me want to find a crap load of old guns to work on now!!


Lmk, Clint. Would have to ship to my LGS, but they wouldn't mind, and there wouldn't have to be any transfers done.
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You brought that old Winchester a long way from what it was before. I hope she shoots as good as she looks. If I lived closer I would join you at the range with my grandfather's old 62 that is in near mint condition for a little fun. Good job.
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Sorry,not a 60A,a 67A.
But it's really close.
Not a very good picture though.
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Nice work! I have the same gun. The kids were shooting it over the weekend and it appears that something fell off of the left side just behind the receiver. There are two small holes there that I do not see on your gun. It seems that maybe part of the safety fell out, but I am not sure it had one. The trigger is collapsed to the rear of the trigger guard and is stuck there. Does your gun have these two small holes? Thanks for any help.
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Pictures showing the two holes. Close up. Please start a new thread instead of this 3 year old one.
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