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    Quote Originally Posted by smitch320 View Post
    Well done. Did you do the re blue yourself?
    I wasted about half of a Saturday trying to teach myself to blue. Ended up stripping it all back down and realized it’s one of those things that is worth a professional doing. Took it to Darlington Gun works and they did a great job.

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    You did a great job.

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    Looks great! Time to put it back to work.

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    solid

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkykilr View Post
    Shot the 28 ga A400 yesterday. Improved Mod choke and it smokes them just like a 20. 7/8 oz 9’s.

    That refinished 870 is beautiful
    Find some AA 7s. Think they’re 3/4 oz and shoot them. You won’t be disappointed.
    \"We say grace and we say maam, if you ain\'t into that, we don\'t give a damn.\" HW Jr.

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    Nicely done, sir. It appears you used some sort of pick/stylus to chase the engraving?

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    good job, FC
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    A professional diver or underwater fossil hunter likely would have got them all back if you had called them in the next day- we use them all the time. Depending on time/distance $250-$500

    Great job with the recovery and refinish- glad you got it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunning Bird View Post
    Nicely done, sir. It appears you used some sort of pick/stylus to chase the engraving?
    Yep, tungsten tipped scribing tool

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    This is an awesome story. Congrats on the Find and Good Job on the refinishing. Looks really nice.

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    Nice work it looks great

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    Glad you found it. As mentioned previously, that will make for a great story one day
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    Top shelf all the way around.

    Tipping my hat.
    "Rivers and the inhabitants of the watery elements are for wise men to contemplate and for fools to pass by without consideration" -Izaak Walton

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    Nice work!

    Series of events just gives it character!

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    Good stuff

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