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More Unknown Fixures 5

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by marklav111, Nov 30, 2012.

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  1. marklav111

    marklav111 Member

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    Any ideas ? I am still unpacking this stuff. Thanks as always, Mark
     

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  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    The first picture appears to be a bolt jeweling / engine turning jig.

    The second one could be a weeny roasting stick for all I know.

    At any rate, that guy must have spent more time fiddling with fixtures and jigs then he did doing gunsmith work!!

    I have never seen a gunsmith or machine shop with that many special "fixtures" unless they were working for Boeing or McDonald-Douglas to make a real living.

    What part of the country did all this stuff come from?
    You failed to mention where you are located in your user profile or sig.

    rc
     
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  3. marklav111

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    Everything came from an elderly gunsmiths estate near
    Poughkeepsie NY
     
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