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Old 09-11-2014, 08:35 AM   #16
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seems to me that I remember an article about markings that were placed on articles of value in the late 1800's. the article was registered with a local newspaper and if lost, they could identify and return to the rightful owner... crs is setting in, cant find the info
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Old 11-06-2014, 04:01 PM   #17
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Nice.....very nice.
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Well just for the heck of it I decided to take it to the show and see what I could trade it for. I like it, but I would prefer to have a take down model.

I ended up trading it for a new Ruger 1911, with a holster, and spare, darker wood set of grips. I been wanting one since they came out. i'm pleased with the outcome.
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Good trade if your happy Tinman. Did you ever get to fire it?
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Well just for the heck of it I decided to take it to the show and see what I could trade it for. I like it, but I would prefer to have a take down model.

I ended up trading it for a new Ruger 1911, with a holster, and spare, darker wood set of grips. I been wanting one since they came out. i'm pleased with the outcome.
Finally got a response, on your pics of that shotgun.
Dealer says it is very rare and he knows the history of that marking.
Would offer you $150,000.00 for it.

Oops, I see you have traded it off, too late.

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Finally got a response, on your pics of that shotgun.
Dealer says it is very rare and he knows the history of that marking.
Would offer you $150,000.00 for it.

Oops, I see you have traded it off, too late.

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Old 11-07-2014, 02:31 PM   #22
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Finally got a response, on your pics of that shotgun.
Dealer says it is very rare and he knows the history of that marking.
Would offer you $150,000.00 for it.

Oops, I see you have traded it off, too late.

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Yes we took the Winchester out and ran some of the shotgun courses we got set up. the 1930's 97 can still hang with the new Mossies.

I have had the new 1911 out also. All I can say is worth it, great shooting pistol. We set up a 50 yard, standing, 5 shot challenge. My 1911, vs my friends new CZ duty 9mm, and the other with his Izzy .45 Jericho. I won with 3 in the black, the other guys scored 2. The grouping was about 3 inches. Me and Alice are gonna get along just fine.
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Your a funny man some days...

Yes we took the Winchester out and ran some of the shotgun courses we got set up. the 1930's 97 can still hang with the new Mossies.

I have had the new 1911 out also. All I can say is worth it, great shooting pistol. We set up a 50 yard, standing, 5 shot challenge. My 1911, vs my friends new CZ duty 9mm, and the other with his Izzy .45 Jericho. I won with 3 in the black, the other guys scored 2. The grouping was about 3 inches. Me and Alice are gonna get along just fine.
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My 1897 Trench gun has been apart, in a tub for 20 years. Some dickhead cut the heat shield off the bayonet adapter so it would look more "Cowboy" and then tossed, the heat shield he hacksawed off. I finally found a correct original bayonet adapter. I began to do a trial re-assemble today, in order to get a trial fit and a final inspection before I disassemble and blast it for parkerizing. It was mfg in 1938.

Now...i cant quite remember how all those pieces go together..

Can you still quickly dismount the trenchgun barrel and feed tube...like the riot gun? because it does not look like you can. I have not yet skulled it out. But I diddled with it today for the first time in a very long time. I need more info on just how the pieces parts are assembled and adjusted for proper function.

My stock and forend are both cracked.. I might try to glue them but..I would rather get new ones.

I had a '97 riot gun and let it get away from me...not this one. They are smoother than yellow snot on a sleeve...

Where to look....
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Old 11-10-2014, 09:32 AM   #25
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My 1897 Trench gun has been apart, in a tub for 20 years. Some dickhead cut the heat shield off the bayonet adapter so it would look more "Cowboy" and then tossed, the heat shield he hacksawed off. I finally found a correct original bayonet adapter. I began to do a trial re-assemble today, in order to get a trial fit and a final inspection before I disassemble and blast it for parkerizing. It was mfg in 1938.

Now...i cant quite remember how all those pieces go together..

Can you still quickly dismount the trenchgun barrel and feed tube...like the riot gun? because it does not look like you can. I have not yet skulled it out. But I diddled with it today for the first time in a very long time. I need more info on just how the pieces parts are assembled and adjusted for proper function.

My stock and forend are both cracked.. I might try to glue them but..I would rather get new ones.

I had a '97 riot gun and let it get away from me...not this one. They are smoother than yellow snot on a sleeve...

Where to look....
Dinky, this might help some. http://www.dirtydozensbunker.com/ima...nchester97.pdf

It is all I have on disassembling a 97.
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Old 11-12-2014, 08:53 PM   #26
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Fig #42, of THAT, is where I am encountering the confusion. There is some adjustment there for "Barrel Tightness," that is diddling me.
The trenchgun does Not apparently have the ability to be a quick take down because of the bayonet adapter and how the pin on the magazine tube protrudes into it. unless I am missing something?
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