Thread: How to antique
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Old February 1, 2013, 10:13 AM   #13
woodnbow
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I'm sure the degree of care varied, just like today. I've seen 30 year old replicas that looked to be a hundred years old and with minimal care to boot. I've also seen Pennsylvania rifles that could almost pass for new. Some of us are absolutely anal about gun care. Others, not so much.

I do know then just as now, the professionals would have taken meticulous care of that weapon.
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