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Glenfield modle 75

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Old 10-25-2013, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default Glenfield model 75

This was my Grandpa's gun that he passed down to my uncle and now to me. While fishing at a pond the gun was stepped on by a cow and my uncle wood glued it and ran a screw into it, that was in 1976.
I bought a really rough stock for a Marlin 75 and re did it entirely.

The stock halfway through with the original

as soon as I finished it, I snapped these last pictures:

Sorry about the upside down pictures!
Thanks for Looking!

Conservation is the key!

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