Cleaning up a Utica Sterlingworth

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Re: Cleaning up a Utica Sterlingworth

Postby vaturkey » Thu Jul 16, 2015 11:15 am

Excellent and I watched all the video's you have posted on the operation. Also, what did you do to the triggers on this gun (last photo). I thought you were doing an articulated trigger on another Fox, and did you do the same thing on this gun? Thanks for posting btw.
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Re: Cleaning up a Utica Sterlingworth

Postby vaturkey » Sat Jul 18, 2015 6:36 am

Truly a fantastic job for sure.
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Re: Cleaning up a Utica Sterlingworth

Postby eightbore » Sat Jul 18, 2015 9:08 am

The spanner screw is a neat touch. However, it doesn't compare to the screw jobs Dewey did on my Fox pigeon gun. Maybe Dewey has some pictures of that great work in his files. His lock screws on my gun are works of art, in my opinion. Bill Murphy
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