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may have found the information I was looking for. Sourced from a pigeon watch 2018 post by someone looking for info on this gunmaker. the Photo is the shop the gun most likely came from with the employees/relatives standing in front of the shop. amazing E Chamberlain.jpg Looks like the kind of store...
I picked up a neat little 28 bore back action that recently been sleeved and re proofed for 2 3/4 nitro modern ammo. Nicely made with Stantons rebounding lock Purdey style bolt and Greener leverwork. Hard to find information about the maker E Chamberlain Circa 1890. possible gunsmith who bought acti...
- Sat Aug 15, 2020 3:49 pm
- Forum: Justice, Politics, Religion & anything else you want to talk about
- Topic: Spring loaded Butt Plate
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Thank you Tim . That is exactly what I was looking for.
what did you do last? did you fix The proud lock plates by deepening the inletting? Are the hammers striking the caps off center and weakening or breaking the cap instead of hitting flush on center just thinking of possibilities other than old or bad caps.
- Sun Jun 28, 2020 3:05 am
- Forum: Hunting, Wildlife and Conservation
- Topic: 2 old dogs
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Each year our state publishes a magazine of photos of outdoor activities. looking through this years . I saw this picture and said That old man has a dog just like my old dog GIGI. Looked closer and it was me. I now remember a fellow snapping a Photo of us walking out after a hunt the pup was with u...
- Thu Feb 20, 2020 2:44 am
- Forum: Shotgun
- Topic: Can anyone help me with a piece of local history
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I no nothing about the maker but I think it was Nitro proofed in Birmingham post 1904. pretty good quality (not through lumps). would a little buildup by welding the hook be sufficient to put it back on face or will a total rejointing be required? looks like a worthy project.