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Old 08-08-2008, 01:10 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Haha! I think your collection has me beat Chad! I don't have as many pointmans and most of my bushys are playing guns although I do have a few neat ones.
Here are a few:
Kit Kat Bushmaster: Dressed up by an aftershock guy.



Ironman Bushmaster (although it doesn't say ironman on the arms):



Lapcoed Bushmaster and my Pointman that has been a lot of use. Both with lever stocks.


Pointman again:


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Old 08-08-2008, 01:12 PM   #112 (permalink)
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Must...have...lever stock!
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Also, to answer your questions Russ, the bodies on the lever stocks are a little longer (maybe an inch) than a regular screw in asa lever changer. So I don't think a stock would just fit on a regular lever changer.
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nice Dan!!! those are impressive. that top one sure is unique to say the least.

what's the story with that Ironman pump handle?
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Also, to answer your questions Russ, the bodies on the lever stocks are a little longer (maybe an inch) than a regular screw in asa lever changer. So I don't think a stock would just fit on a regular lever changer.
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Thanks for the reply - guess I'll have to find the whole changer in one go. Are those backs just welded on to a cylindrical mount?
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Thanks for the reply - guess I'll have to find the whole changer in one go. Are those backs just welded on to a cylindrical mount?
I don't think anything is welded. IIRC all the internals of lever changers can be removed. The back cap/adjuster is held in with 2 screws.
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I'm talking about the actual buttplate, it looks like it's been made out of stamped metal and welded to the piece that attaches to the back of the lever changer.
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yes, the butt plate is welded to a round rod that fits into the back of the changer. the rod has a series of threaded holes(three adjustment points) so you can adjust the length.
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Here's one of actually my second Bushmaster ... 11" Deluxe, 45 frame, cooper t backbottle and silencer. Circa 1991

Are you wearing those prescription lens-holder things in those JTs?
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No those were my normal ubergeek glasses.
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