Back to basics

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  1. Bushmaster1313

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    So which one is back to basics? The 12ga or the tater fork? :D

    Nice looking little varmint shooter...

    I think the fork could use a little restoration though. Shouldn't affect the collector value if you clean & oil the wood and slap a good Ceracoat job on the metal. :)
  3. Mosin_Nagant_Fan

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    Nah, a little Rustoleum and a few coats of wood polish and the fork would be good as new. Love the shotgun, though.
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    That fork's been out in the rain, probably where you last used it. I'm sure glad you don't leave your guns outside. :D
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    Back to basics, makes me think of TEOTWAWKI. And I start thinking "HAND TOOLS"! All kinds of hand tools!
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    a real man needs at least one of each.

    you need to stir the duck cleanings into the garden somehow. ;)
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    I finished the refinishing on one of my tools.

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    I'm still having one heckuva time figuring out what model that pump is.

    You sure did a nice job on the wood though. I like it!
    What finish did ya use on it?
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    1936 Remington 31R

    Used Watco Dark Danish Oil
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    I'm trying to figure out what the heck ya'll are looking at, I see nothing!
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    Bindernut Well-Known Member

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    Bushmaster has some photobucket pics posted of a VERY nice Remington 31 (ah-hah...now I know what it is too! :))

    Here's the pic from the first post for ya.

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