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eewww thats nasty
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So being out of real work some people have been bring me projects to work on. The few bucks helps.

Good old Sears model 20 from a flea market-
It was super nasty and I ended up taking the whole trigger group apart. The bad part was getting it together not something for the faint hearted.
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Then I got handed this poor bastard FN 1910
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I guess all those Corrosion Control classes in the Navy were good for something. After I get a new firing pin spring I'll see if it even shoots.
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#2
Holy crap.

The pistol that takes months to clean
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#3
Took me 2 days.
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#4
Wow, why do people let them get that way? Shrug
sgtsandman, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Nov 2014.
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#5
Forgot the follow up-
Well after R/R the firing pin spring, the pistol shot real nice.
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#6
Wow! Great job salvaging that! The trigger group almost looks like new!
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#7
That Sears Model 20 looks very Mossberg 500ish.
Ammunition, it's the new lead bullion. Buy it cheap and stack it deep.
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#8
I had the same thought. Then again it's a 2 bar pump shotgun, how much difference can there be between models?
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