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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Repairs' started by swampratt, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. swampratt

    swampratt Sharpshooter

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    Sort of anyway.. my first attempt.
    Some small dark spots you can see in the pic.. I need to mix the die better,, longer than a few seconds..oh well I did it to protect the aluminum. Hope I did that much.
     

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    Cool stuff man.
     
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    I shot it today. shot well. ar 001.JPG
     
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    I dig it. And the old truck.
     
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    Thanks beastep.. I need to spend less time on the guns and more on the truck.
    been parked for 2 years now.. had it on the road for 6 years straight then pulled the engine and stuck it in my 57 chevy.
    I have a 385" stroker to stick into it.. but it has sat long enough I need to relube the cam before I fire it up and break it in.
    252@ .050 and .536" lift on a 106LSA with over 11:1 compression
     
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    I have a few sitting around I cant even afford to start on.
     

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