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    My HRA

    Sharing some pics of the HR I acquired not too long ago, it looks nicely restored with original parts. I still have to take it to the range. The only issue was that muzzle was slightly chipped and my gunsmith offered to re-crown it...too late I realized it did not mean to do it as per original. I hope that did not devalue it too much.


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    What mfg BM59 do you have?

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      #3
      The purists would have me drawn and quartered, but just apply some cold blue to the muzzle and it won't be very obvious. I hope the gunsmith checked headspace and otherwise checked the rifle is safe?

      BTW, be sure to lube it well if you haven't already . . .
      http://www.garandgear.com/m1-garand-grease
      The thief may possess something he stole, but he does not own it.
      The owner has a right to take his property back from the thief.

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        Originally posted by Smokey View Post
        The purists would have me drawn and quartered, but just apply some cold blue to the muzzle and it won't be very obvious. I hope the gunsmith checked headspace and otherwise checked the rifle is safe?

        BTW, be sure to lube it well if you haven't already . . .
        http://www.garandgear.com/m1-garand-grease
        Good idea with cold blue - and 10-4 on greasing, I do the same with my M14s and BM59s (RDS I have two builds from Shuff’s and a JRA built on a modified Springfield receiver).

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