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The Table." It was Bimngham and Norman,Sir"

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by ggggr, Dec 21, 2017.

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    ggggr Crap old gun tinkerer and wine maker

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    Loving the second pistol down in the second picture with the white grips. :cool:

    Is it a Webley Junior?

    Looks like some fun projects to keep you busy through the winter months. :up:
     
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    Ah! See what you mean G. Must get to you soon. Chritsmas dinner off your lap then? J
     
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    ggggr Crap old gun tinkerer and wine maker

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    Yes --it was a frame and grips that Phil sent me to put bits on from a knackered pre war, but the frame of the prewar got repaired and I ended up with 2 pistols!

    Probably----I think the gap on the table will probably get filled with something! It is the space where the dead Chinese action was. Once I get that seized screw out of the way and the grub screw in another, then I should (hopefully) have a clearish run at sorting out a Relum or 2. My mate is looking for a G4 grip and trigger springs and Norman is looking for the pivot screws.
     
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    There's loads of room on that table Guy..i'll look & see if I have any Relum pistols...:rolleyes:
     
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    :D no no please don’t thank us,the pleasure was all ours ;) I agree with Norman though,you can still see bits of table so perhaps another parcel is needed......Xmas is a time of giving!! :D
     
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    I made a few pairs of white grips for the Junior,I think it suits them and have never seen any others. I’ve seen a few white grips on Mk1s and Premiers etc but thas it. Me and Guy are trend setters :D
     
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    Lots of nice Webleys there. All last a long time when serviced etc. Pure fun time and pleasure ;)
     
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    ggggr Crap old gun tinkerer and wine maker

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    See if you recognise this lot Norman and Phil? norman's stuff 001.JPG norman's stuff 002.JPG norman's stuff 003.JPG norman's stuff 001.JPG norman's stuff 002.JPG norman's stuff 003.JPG
     

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    Missed a few :) To be fair I did have 1 (one!) RELUM UNDERLEVER PISTOL and the break barrel norman's stuff 008.JPG norman's stuff 008.JPG norman's stuff 009.JPG norman's stuff 010.JPG
     
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    I spy some spare space Guy...
     
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    I’m hearing whispers in the Airgun tinkering community that you are going to need a much bigger table Guy ;)
     
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    I thought putting up a picture of 5 Relum pistols, which is incredibly sad wouldbe enough. All the other stuff----G2, G4's, G10 and Harrington gat just pushes it over the edge. I am going to try to make flat bread and poppadoms on the table this year and as soon as the weather gets better wil be spending more time in the garden. I also managed to bottle 3 gallons of (weaker/sweeter ) wine last night:claping:. No more scrap pistols!:(
     
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    I totally agree,you have done a great job on a lot of pistols this last year or so. Now....about that Van load of reject B2 Rifles........ ;)
     
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    I've just looked at the pics and the table looks clear in those pics compared to now!:frusty::frusty::frusty:. I shall make bread on that table this year! :laff:---NO--seriously! I need a bit of a plan now. Get the bits for finishing the G2 and hopefully the German tin gripped G2, find the bits for the straight gripped Senior and plink with it!, get the G4's and the G10 to Nephew and Niece, sort out a box or 2 to box up and shift from table a few others.
    Hopefully the stronger wine will restart fermenting (Norman ----you will get some if it does) and I've put on a batch of apricot wine ( for ladies and pooftahs!), that will probably just taste like dried apricots.
    Another victim( sorry--connoissieur) has requested a sample of the apple wine, so once I can find a box, that should be in the post with luck.
    Has anyone tried a gambit with it yet to test it's knicker dropping qualities? It works better than a Dirty Dancing Dvd, a box of roses and a bottle of Lambrini:thumb:
     
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    Regarding it's knicker dropping qualities...after a bottle of the strong stuff i've never been able to climb the stairs let alone Mrs. Norman..the settee & log burner downstairs seems sufficiant..seems a good trade to meeeeeeeeeeeee :confused:
     
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    Norm,sounds like you either need a Stairlift or a large sheepskin rug infront of the log burner :thumb:
     
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    Norm------it only works if you give the wine to HER!":facepalm:
     
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    Bu££er....hic..:confused:
     

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