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Old 03-29-2012, 03:25 AM   #31
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Unfortunately its inside the cutouts for the sling holes. This isnt surface damage
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:37 AM   #32
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maybe work it into a design? Add some tulips to you pink Mosin?
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Lol... no, tulips suck.
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They do but not wood unless you want to pay through the nose for custom.
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Loming foreward to pictures
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Old 04-01-2012, 04:06 PM   #36
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i did a post about it in the c&r section but here they are. im not the best photographer. the wood fill worked great . i built up the rotten areas so they could be drilled.











its been rainy and gloomy for the last week. ill try and take some good pics outside when the weather is better
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Lol... no, tulips suck.
a helluva nice job on restoring that Mosin Jon, kudos and congratulations! she is beautiful
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I apologize for the autocorrect feature on my phone. Apparently, it is the autoincorrect for me, as lomeing foreward should have been looking forward.
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I dont know if i would want to shoot it? or kiss it?

HELL,I'd do both awesome facelift JonM

DYE THE SLING & DOG COLLARs

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I dont know if i would want to shoot it? or kiss it?

HELL,I'd do both awesome facelift JonM

DYE THE SLING & DOG COLLARs
thanks but the sling is cheap material and i dont think it would take a dye well. the dog collars are generally made of horse hide which doesnt take a dye well either.
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