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Number one is another Squirrel!!! (1979) Complete disassembly, cleaning, polishing and tuning trigger and bolt and jeweled bolt. Barrel stripped and reblued, Receiver, trigger guard, assorted parts - Blasted and Duracoat OD Green. Stock stripped, sanded, restained (Kona Deep Brown on Birch stock). Sprayed 5 coats of Crystal catalyzed finish. Gonna assemble and test tomorrow.

Number two is undated/unserialized 989. Same on interals except bolt polished only. Barrel stripped and reblued. Receiver, trigger blasted and guard Duracoat HK Black. Walnut stock stripped sanded and stained in Kona Brown too... Came out awesome. Same 5 coats of Crystal.

This is the 989, Forgot to take a pic of the Glenfield.
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Wood Hardwood Table Wood stain Flooring

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Great looking work. Looks like you do a lot of wood working.
 

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Great looking work. Looks like you do a lot of wood working.
Yes, I am a firefighter but have a cabinet and woodworking business. I am opening my Gunsmithing/firearms sales business the end of Jan. Busy Busy Busy!!!
 

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Thank you sir.... I really enjoy giving old shooters new life.
 
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