New Target 10/22 build

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  1. Maine04657

    Maine04657 New Member

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    If you want to practice do it on SCRAP. Get a few chunks of various metals and give them all a whirl. It is all about time and pressure and of course the order you follow once you get the hang of it there is nothing to it. I can do something like a Remington bolt in about under 20 min sans set up time.
  2. Albtraum

    Albtraum Well-Known Member

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    Whoa jewel looks pretty neat. What purpose does it serve? Or just aesthetics?

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  3. Maine04657

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    It is for look nothing more...
  4. spud9

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    That is a nicely done Marlin bolt. Maine, I will take your advise and practice...and practice... I am sure I will have it down soon.
  5. Maine04657

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    I am sure you will it is very easy once you learn the way.
  6. spud9

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    [​IMG]Here is the Ruger and my Marlin. Now I have to get to he range and sight them in.
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  7. 3/2 STA SS

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    VERY NICE and the Marlin ROCKS!!
  8. spud9

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    And another done...except for the silver scope that is in mail..... Ruger10/22, accurized bolt, VQ extractor, TI Trigger guard, Trigger job done.... 2.5 lb pull.... Polished internals on trigger and receiver, polished barrel and receiver. Had stock done by friends.. not bad for their first gun stock, I may have them try again on another project. I anodized the barrel band and trigger for scuffed blue/grey look.
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  9. A square 10

    A square 10 New Member

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    i love seeing these , it gives me the itch , now to find the time
  10. da357mag

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    :)It's not a Ruger OR marlin, But this is what my jeweling looks like,

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    These are CZ452 bolts that I get all the time. I started out with my own 452 bolt as the "practice piece" and it took a lot of tries and I got it down! I have been doing this now for almost three years, and this how they look when I'm done. Just I would share!:)
  11. spud9

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    Very nice work. I have been practicing alot, still have 5 other guns to restore/build so I will be getting even more practice. Again, sweet work.

    I am toying with the idea of taking one of my M60's and jeweling the entire barrel then bluing it. Maybe...
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