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I dig the S&W 39-2 and 1903 Pocket colt.
 

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Adler said:
I dig the S&W 39-2 and 1903 Pocket colt.
I've had a lot of jamming problems with the 39-2 in the past. I've never been able to determine what the problem is. Mechanically it looks fine and I've tried several different brands of ammo. I wonder if it could be a clip spring issue?

The Colt .32 has never been fired. My grandfather picked it up for $50, although he kicked himself for years for not picking up a second one the guy was selling. Apparently they were sequential serial numbers and may have been part of a set.

My dad inherited the rest of my grandfather's collection which includes a couple of M1 Garands, a couple of M1 Carbines, a Mini-14, a Japanese officer's Break-open revolver, a German officer's Luger, and numerous hunting rifles and shotguns.
 

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Looks like your about to cut the stock off withthat compound miter saw in the second to last picture lol, nice rifle I would like to get myself one sometime with a folding stock.
 

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That bipod looks a bit unstable on the CD player to... I have a nice Ding in my A.R.M.S flip up sight on my M4 carbine from putting it on a table with 110 pounds dogs walking around... :cry:
 

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That bipod looks a bit unstable on the CD player to... I have a nice Ding in my A.R.M.S flip up sight on my M4 carbine from putting it on a table with 110 pounds dogs walking around... :cry:
Ouch.

Actually, it was quite stable for the 30 seconds it took to take the picture. Unfortunately my workbench is a mess right now as I prepare to add on to my garage.
 
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