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  • Redriderhash

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    Just finished restoring my great gran dads .22 cal pellet gun. Wanted to take the time to show it off.
     

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    tallguy606

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    Restoring normally means putting back the gun like it was when new. You have polished off all the original finish. Just saying.
     

    oleheat

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    Looks great to me! If all the critters I took with mine as a kid were to one day show up at my front door.....I'd be in trouble. :dogkeke:
     

    mod1911a

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    Nice! Brings back memories. Friend of mine's older brother had one back in the mid-60's.
    I, myself, have the Benjamin .22 pump pistol my dad bought for me in the late 60's.
    Never had any work done to it. Been shot a lot and I still bring it out sometime to shoot with my grandson.
     

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