Category Archives: Rifle Restoration

Modifying and Cleaning a Kenyon trigger for an adjustable trigger shoe

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Single Shot Bo Clerke Rifle

  I received the action by itself, with several missing parts.  It appeared that it had never had a stock or a forend on the action, so I had to create the hardware to hold the forend and the stock. … Continue reading

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1873 Winchester Rifle Forend and Stock Replacement / Restoration

This was a fun job and a change from target shooting, but the challenge was to replace the stock and forend and keep the authenticity and patina of a gun that is over a hundred years old.  Too shiny is … Continue reading

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Exotic Koa Wood Rifle Stock Blanks

Just arrived from Hawaii.  Will require drying time.

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Making a Vostok Forend

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Finishing Perazzi Stock

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Perazzi Restoration Update

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Restoring a Perazzi Stock

One of the things that I feel is very important when working on restorations is to maintain the look of the original finish and checkering. Perazzi is a manufacturer of precision shotguns from Brescia, Italy.[1] The company sells hunting and sporting models of … Continue reading

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