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His rifle is a shotgun.
Your rifle is likely newer than 1950s. Research Erma brand guns and see if yours looks like them.
I'm not encouraging anyone to do anything illegal, but I doubt anyone has been prosecuted for 922R modifications.
Oiling it was possibly the worst thing you could do to it. Oil will keep any glue used to repair the crack from sticking.
It's a Model of 1873......
We don't all know that's not the original condition. How do you know it isn't?
And, the "letter" is a Colt factory letter.
If you have the complete, broken firing pin-I can make you one.
I don't think that Palmetto Arms is the company he needs. Most likely, it's an older single barrel shotgun.
You won't get many opinions here. ;)
The Sccy is a copy of the Keltec PF9. They added finger grooves for people who can't remember where to put...
It would have to have been marked "Germany" to be imported to the US. I believe the mark is aftermarket.
Please let us know how it works out. As nickel is applied by electrolysis, it seems reverse electrolysis would remove it.
But, I have never used...
Interesting. Why does it require an acid bath?
Electrolysis will remove the nickel with the rust.Both of you speak of being "traditionalists."
Ceracoat and cold blue are far from traditional...
The gun wasn't made in 1974! Have you ever seen a gun that was marked with the year it was made??
It looks to have been refinished, so the...
Just saw this post.
I have used a lot of bone on knives, but not for pistol grips.
Finding pieces large enough for grips can be a problem. Bone...
Approximately 1968-1975, without looking it up.
Sterlings were US made versions of the Italian Galesi pocket autos. Most didn't work very well.