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Old December 6, 2011, 06:54 PM   #21
Hawg
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Location: Mississippi
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I think it's well worth restoring but be prepared to spend some money on it to do it right. Don't make the next owners job harder by doing it half assed. Either clean it up and halt deterioration and leave it as is or go whole hog with it. And whatever you do do not lost track of that false muzzle. That was made from the original barrel blank when the barrel was made.
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