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    35882 LTG Regulator
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    Marion County Renegades~Lakewood Marshals~Dooley Gang

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    Guns,Western and Military history,Hot Rods, Motorcycles

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  1. He lives in Paducah, Ky. If I see him tomorrow I will tell him to contact you
  2. I use my mill and mill vise and either 3/16 or 1/4 cratex.
  3. I do stainless mag tubes, but after searching high and low have never been able to find the correct size short of custom made($$$). The ones I do are slightly undersize and I fit them to the rifle.
  4. And the full length firing pin has a spring that pushes the firing pin forward to be in contact with the primer.
  5. The best tool I have seen was custom built with replacable carbide cutters. The tool was about $1500. I don't even mess with doing them anymore. I just take them to the man with the tool .
  6. Best I can do, not in the shop today. https://www.securefirearmproducts.com/Model_Details.php?modelno=11490-SR-D
  7. I have a spring weight tester. I have worked on a lot of Wranglers for shooters and 17lb. is as low as you can go and get reliable ignition.
  8. Yes, 23lb. I keep Wolff 15 and 17 springs in stock and they test at their stated rates.
  9. I have heard this before, but all the NMV springs that I have tested are 23 lb.
  10. Ahhh, an old click-clack or gill gun. I have worked on several. Interesting gun.
  11. I am looking for a carbine, apparently their last run was 24" ones as I can find lots of them.
  12. Looking for a 73 carbine in 44 special, prefer stock gun.
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