I have not shot this puppy for 35 years. It has moved with me to 4 states, 5 cities and 9 different houses. I still have ammo from the 1970's. Then along came Tango and his monthly plunkungfest (The one I plan on winning in January and February only because everyone else will say "Too cold, the hell wit it!!" Here she is, dubbed 'derTangoplunkungun' just for his competition shoots. Thought I'd try out the new gun finishing products on today's shelves. I'll use this thread to display my progress, good or bad. The barrel rollmark reads; Revelation - MODEL 120 WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. It's a Marlin 60 made for WASCo. The only other marking is a hand stamped GK at 9:00 just under the rear sight attachment point. Any one know where the S/N is supposed to be? I read the early production units were not serialized. I think the current condition of the barrel bluing is due to the quality (or lack thereof) of the original process. As you can see the interior of the gun is , well, somewhat better than the exterior. The scope is a Weaver B6 with a Weaver .22 Tip Off dovetail pinch mount. It's outa here and I have on order a very expensive replacement. It's so expensive that the shipping charge was 70% of the cost of the new scope! I'll do a review of this fine sample of shooting optics when it gets here. Here's my first obstacle, a broken stock. I know, get a new synthetic replacement but NO! This is a piece of my history and I would like to keep as much of the original gun that I can. (Forget about throwing out the Weaver.) This last pic shows the crack from the trigger side. Next post will be the stock repair. I got to go dig out the gorilla glue!