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  1. #61
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    A few recent pics taken at the October 2020 group shoot.
    This rifle is a lot of fun on steel.
    dink! dink! dink! dink! dink!









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  2. #62
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    A few recent pics taken at the October 2020 group shoot.
    This rifle is a lot of fun on steel.
    dink! dink! dink! dink! dink!
    I think there's nothing better than a pump-action .22, and yours is beautiful. My beat-up old Savage 29-B has a broken lifter spring and won't feed now. I hope I can fix it.

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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    Its not rust, its called "Patina"
    Derrion Albert was my Hero.

  4. #64
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    A few recent pics taken at the October 2020 group shoot.
    This rifle is a lot of fun on steel.
    dink! dink! dink! dink! dink!

    Just dinking around, eh?

    Noah
    Last edited by Noah_Zark; October 30th, 2020 at 06:36 PM.
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  5. #65
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    fun guns for sure!! got to get my Winchester 1906 back to the range

  6. #66
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    I just found the lifter spring that I need at Jack First Gun Parts. That's awesome that Jack makes parts for obsolete guns.

  7. #67
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    Quote Originally Posted by scruff View Post
    I just found the lifter spring that I need at Jack First Gun Parts. That's awesome that Jack makes parts for obsolete guns.
    Thank you! I've been looking for spare parts for my Savage.
    Cause the good old days weren't always good, and tomorrow ain't as bad as it seems...

  8. #68
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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    .22 Pumps are great guns for kids,(us big kids also). Still enjoying my Dads old Remmy 121 from 1936.
    For those who've never fought for it, the price of freedom shall never be known.

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    Default Re: Savage 29-A Rimfire Pump Action Checkered Stock

    I picked up a Winchester 62A from my now late B-I-L. The S/N indicates the MFG date of 1947. My late B-I-L got it from his Uncle....who engraved his SS# in the tang!! I filed\sandpapered down the S\N number and using Birchwood Casey's browning solution and a pot of boiling water, got the tang to pretty much the patina on the rest of the receiver. The stock had so much grunge on it that once I cleaned it off there was zero finish on the wood. (I don't think the rifle saw a cleaning since 1948!!) I applied several coats of True-oil to protect the wood and make it look presentable. The odd thing is....the rifle shoots as good as any other 22LR rifle I have!!!

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