9422 rebirth

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  • 9422 rebirth

    Hes a few photos of my restoration on my 9422 did everything from the blue to the wood myself
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    • #3
      What process did you use on the timber mate?
      thanks!!

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        Sanded back got rid of all the nicks and dings going through the grades started at 80 finished at 1500 got all the scratches going the right way then stained walnut and then 2 weeks of truoil

    • #4
      That looks really nice. Great to see these older guns given a new lease of life.

      What blueing process did you use?

      Jim

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        Well, I said it in the old forum and you deserve to hear it again.

        Well done on a top job!

        It looks just like my 9422 now, and mine is a safe queen.

        Sam

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        Was done with hot blue process in the tanks took me roughly a month prepping the metal for the blue mind you could only get abou2 hours to 3 in each day to work on it and then took a day to blue
        Thanks for all the comments am proud of her

    • #5
      Beautiful job mate, well done. Seeing that rifle brings back memories of the one I owned as a kid, they were a classy little lever action, well made and beautifully finished.
      Whacking Varmints is my passion!

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      • #6
        Looks great,
        How long did the project take?

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        • #7
          Well done mate looks great.
          Love your country, love your family, love your sport.

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          • #8
            Nice job mate. (Need a thumbs up piccy thingy)
            aut viam inveniam aut faciam
            "I shall either find a way or make one." - Hannibal.

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            • #9
              Very nice job thanks for taking time to post pics.

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