Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Riomouse911, Oct 25, 2019.
Am I supposed to be mad about the "welds"?
Having a built in spotting scope is ingenious.
"Hmm, just got this brand new welder, what can I learn on?"
Hopefully that's just silver colored Silly Putty.
That's a phrase I do not generally connect to Ruger 
Ah, come on, you mean you've nver covered up pigeon poop with JB Weld before ? 
Well I woulda least used jb weld if I was fin to do er that a way.
I know I may burn in you know where for this but I kinda like it
Bring all your beautiful guns over, ill do them all up with cleaner welds than that - $5 each.
Stick a tasco on to a H&H rifle permanently in under 30 seconds or its free.
Well, now I was not talking about the Mini that was inexcusable and lets hunt the rascal down in the streets.. I was talking about the 45 revolver converted to 22 jet.. That for some reason seemed like a cool idea..
I see that now, i was so excited to throw a zinger out there i missed my mark all together. In any case my offer still stands.
I've seen better looking welds in Jr high school shop classes!
Oh, the humanity...
Is that a scope mounting exercise or a carry-handle exercise?
Looks good to me.....
He probably didn't know how to adjust the irons.
Bill Ruger is spinning in his grave.....
why is it so high tall on the receiver?
See through mount, so he can still use irons, welded on with 20 moa built in, for longer distance shooting.
It's so you can use the scope when firing from the hip lol.
Just goes to prove you can stick weld investment castings.
I saw a beat up old 1886 Winchester once where Bubba had welded a piece of angle iron on to the breech bolt to serve as a peep sight.
That went well passed Bubba. Nor can he weld worth diddly squat.
Any idea when and where that was done? IIRC, Redfield made a #102 to fit the '86. Lyman had a couple of models... tang and reciever mounted.
No idea. I only saw it briefly, but it was ugly.
The new owner had a gunsmith rebuild it and mount a receiver sight.
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