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Recent content by Sweeney

  1. Multi finishes

    Hard anodizing will be a more pure black while the Parkerizing more of a dark 'charcoal'.
  2. Do I ‘need’ a 45/70 trapdoor Springfield?

    Hey everybody...mousegunguy doesn't have a trap door rifle!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA......LOSER!!!!! Yes, please get one. [smile]
  3. On the Road....

    Just a tinkerer...
  4. Ranger Point Precision Presents: 6 Hollywood Gun Mistakes

    Chambered shotgun shells expire after 9 minutes. Everybody knows this.
  5. On the Road....

    That Springfield looks like an M1922.
  6. On the Road....

    They are 'date' markers. The first one is marked 'TODAY' and the last is marked '4560 Million Years Ago'...currently believed to be the age of the Earth. Examples; The top is the original design. When I 'came on board' I suggested inverting the pattern (along with changes to the anchoring...
  7. On the Road....

    If you swipe some just bring 'em back to me, I'll pretty them up and ship them back. That will save me a bunch of time... 60/40 split on profits?
  8. On the Road....

    If you walk the 'Trail of Time' at the GC's south rim you'll see 4" diameter, bronze markers imbedded in the pavement. I made them. If you pry any of them up and abscond with them I will need to make replacements at financial benefit to myself...a shame if that ever happened... ;) Enjoy the...
  9. Price needed for a M1 Navy Sleeve

    These pictures are of an M1 magazine conversion concept done by H&R and presented to the Navy. It was rejected as being too costly...but sure is cool.
  10. Price needed for a M1 Navy Sleeve

    The Navy preferred to spend it's money on larger, grayer things and not small arms for ship armories so they kept their M1s while the Army was getting new M14s. This was a cost saving exercise they thought. It turned out that it took longer, was less reliable and cost more than simply...
  11. Price needed for a M1 Navy Sleeve

    Some of the bits from this endeavor. There where also commercial sleeves made that could be removed with a broken case extractor which had a far greater tendency to eject with a fired round.
  12. Price needed for a M1 Navy Sleeve

    In my experience he has this stuff memorized. I've never had him pull out a print or spec when talking about such things. This method was designed as an answer to the chamber spacers popping out. A tool was designed to cut an anulus in the throat area of the 30-06 chamber, the spacer...
  13. Price needed for a M1 Navy Sleeve

    I know where there's a box of the inserts, the installation tools and the guy who made them.
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