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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread Question: Mix and match.
    And while you're at it, the correct way (Military) is Day, Month, Year, as 10-DEC-2019. Just sayin.......
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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread photo.
    Upon first seeing the photo and not reading the post I thoughtitwas a kite. ;~) Now I'm busy looking for some wire hangers and trying...
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    I also noticed upon further observation that the bottom of the letters H, P and R are radiused rather than square as they would be with...
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    Allan, I was very friendley with Jack Devitt. He showed me a lot of little tricks. One hell of an engraver. I sure miss him. His son Pat...
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    I have to wonder why the engraver used scribe lines. A good friend of mine was a master letter engraver on Philly's jeweler's row. I've...
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    "the Winchester records indicate that 50 rifles were so inscribed in a single shipment." If it was John Ulrich who did the engraving...
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    Use hot glue. Thermolock is nasty stuff.
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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread Ruger.
    Now that sounds logical.
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    Crazy Horse liked flintdoubles's post in the thread Ruger.
    The loading gate does not need to be hardened but the cam at the bottom that is against the spring does. I clamp that part in a heavy...
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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread Ruger.
    So I'll ask those who may know: Do loading gates on SA pistols need to be hardened? What difference would it make if they were annealed?
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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread hand engraving on a knife.
    I really like the composition. Splendid job.
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    Crazy Horse replied to the thread Ruger.
    Just wondering about 2 things. J.J., Did you remove the barrel to engrave and is it really necessary to re-harden the loading gate???
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