It has been many moons since I last logged in to LJ. I would love to say that I missed it, but to be completely honest, I haven’t had time to miss it. Between a new job, my company being purchased by another, a smattering of various web pr...
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I will be writing this in sort of walkthrough form; so I will include my resources as they come. I am getting parts from Numrich Arms and the direct page for this gun is here. They have a passable exploded diagram on that page but the one I use ...
I hope to start soon on my first LJ posted project. It’s not 100% woodworking, but it will do. :) I am going to be detailing the steps I take as I restore an ill used, but classic Stevens 311 (12ga). Now this may not seem like much to you...