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  • Vitaman
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    haha,,,,,and I found another one!!!

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  • Axeman
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    Nice find, good luck with her. You're right Numrich has everything.

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  • Li02liberty
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    Very nice

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  • Pitbull428
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    Sharp looking wheelie..Schmexy even!

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  • Vitaman
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    a car just pulled up in front of my house with a guy waving bills in his hand.

  • Mad Russian
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    Patè furiously makng an offer to buy as we speak...

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  • Paté
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    Wow....nice!

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  • TTSkipper
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    Originally posted by Vitaman View Post
    ask and ye shall receive
    That's purdy

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  • pandm
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    You let me know when someone who is a Colt SAA expert smith pops their head up, eh?

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  • Vitaman
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    ask and ye shall receive
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  • Paté
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    And no pictures because?

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  • Vitaman
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    successful revolver repair.....in progress

    I recently picked up a nickel coated high standard sentinel deluxe .22 9 shot revolver with a 4" barrel dated from 1970. It's been a hoot to shoot, and I didn't even know that high standard made revolvers until a few weeks ago. and then the other day I had a hard time ejecting the spent shells. The ejector rod was binding up. After removing a tiny pin holding the cylinder lock plunger (which flew across and under the table-that was another 10 minutes to find) I discovered that the ejector rod return spring had broken and was binding up on and marring the ejector rod. Thank heavens for Numrich. They still had an ejector rod and spring. They are on the way.
    Last edited by Vitaman; 04-16-2016, 07:31 AM.
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