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    Repark DCM M1 from back in the day

    Did a repark for friend and curiosity got the cat. Had to put the pieces back together. First time for a Garand. Glass bead blast on all parts and used Brownell's Manganese finish. The safety spring,ejector&extactor spring used Tetra cold blue(no good reason why just did it). Will take a few pic's and get them over to 1 of the Brians to post.
    PFC out

    The pic's are up. Thanks Brian
    Last edited by Pfc Thomas; 09-03-2015, 06:58 PM.

    #2
    Where's the pic's??

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      #3
      Originally posted by Phil McGrath View Post
      Where's the pic's??
      Right here, Sir!
      Sorry, I have been so busy and expect to be as busy or busier until the end of the year, then I think it will go back to normal.
      m14brian





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        #4
        Continued.....
        m14brian



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          #5
          I gotta say, Hell yeah Gary!! Great job, looks fantastic!
          m14brian

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            #6
            X2 that is good looking, I hope you have a stock that's as good looking it would be a shame too drop it in beater wood.

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              #7
              Brian, thanks for posting pic's for me. It did turn out nice but the real credit goes to Claude of RA Parts. He figured since I paint for a living and know the difference between flat& shinny I could park. Next thing you know someone is going to talk me into learning how to post pic's. This bald guy is going to grow hair and look like Charlie Manson before you know it.
              Pfc out

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                #8
                Great job! Parkerizing (at least on a low scale basis) was on my 'to-do' list this year. Your efforts, experience, and pictures are a not-so-subtle reminder I need to get off my arse and do it!

                Nicely done!

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                  #9
                  Great color and finish surface, fantastic work, congrats!
                  Bruce Herrmann
                  "Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen."
                  Mark Twain

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Pfc Thomas View Post
                    Brian, thanks for posting pic's for me.
                    Anytime, Gary!
                    Someday when we have time I'll teach you how to post pics, it will be easier in person though.

                    +1 to Phil, I hope you have a great stock for it. If you get a pic or two when she's finished I'll post 'em up. She's gonna be a sweetheart.
                    m14brian

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                      #11
                      Gary, PM sent

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