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Relum Lg

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by hamza, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. hamza

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  2. Damon

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    Looks a lovely job.
     
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    Very nice,a lot better than new ,both men very talented indeed,:)mike
     
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    Very nice, my first was from memory a smooth bore Diana, my mother bought for me
     
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    rabbitwrecker The Tree Hunter...

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    Very pretty - but is she accurate?
     
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    I could get single ragged hole groups at 20m before I had it tidied up, so hopefully it will still do at least that... though to be honest I suspect it might well end up just permanently mounted on a wall in the office/armoury.
     
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    Exactly my question , looks pretty , but does she talk pretty too :D
     
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    Mate, no - don't do that. She deserves to be out in the field doing what nature intended, not left on a display rack gathering dust... :eek:
     
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    I guess I could always pull it out for a plinking session in the garden. Its actually not a bad rifle to shoot.
     
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    Very underrated rifles - rather old-school and agricultural, but solidly built and easy to work on...
     
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    Very nice :thumb:
     
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    Very nice as she has sentimental value.

    My equivalent is a Webley Tracker but I'm torn between keeping her as is or getting her pristine which she never was as I got her 2nd hand so it's been a case of inaction by default . . . :shrug:
     
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    !00% agree with RW. Nostalgia is all very well but the only reason to keep it as an ornament is if it's not fit to use. It's now probably better than new so use it and enjoy it. Take better care of it this time!
     
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    I have one of these. Wasn't my first gun, that was a hand me down milbro mod 16. I'd out grown it by the time I was 11 but my folks were broke. Local CID officer (who was frieds with my dad) took pity on me and presented me with the Relum one day. I can remember it like it were yesterday.
    Had purple hands for the first few weeks of using it as all the excess dye came off the stock.
    Great rifle. Took loads of rooks with it. Only occasionally us it now for ferals in barns and tin cans. Open sights naturally. Never been opened up and shoots at about 7.5ftlb with Hobbys.
    Yours has come up well. Enjoy it in whatever way you see fit!
     
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    Actually it must be ten year since I used it on ferals... cripes... Time fly's.
     
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    Nice to see something like this restored to former glory!

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    Thanks.

    I can say without any exaggeration though that it's far nicer now than it ever was as new.
     
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