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Old 08-04-2013, 04:11 PM   #301 (permalink)
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nice blending on the welding, was it rough to weld that with such a thin material? What color ano are you going with?

Love the under cocking kit , looks really nice

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Old 08-04-2013, 07:54 PM   #302 (permalink)
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I found the best Alum. welder in the county,handed it to him and closed my eyes. Turned out real nice. I still have some file and sand paper work to do. Then I'm going with Armor Black and Tungeston Ceracoat from a guy over in Port St. Lucy.
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Old 08-04-2013, 09:13 PM   #303 (permalink)
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vary nice, I am waiting to get my machines back out of storage, and then I think over the winter I am going to build a body from scratch , just for ****s and giggles . Please keep us posted ion your project its going to be super nice.

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Old 08-05-2013, 07:19 PM   #304 (permalink)
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New (to me) Proline Sterling

I won this on ebay on Tuesday and received it on either Thursday or Friday. The person I won this from, who happens to be an MCB Member, threw in a few extras, including the SP Wood Grips. I plan on doing some custom stuff with this one, not sure how far I'm going to go but I do love my Sterling's so who knows only time will tell (sorry about the blurry picture).



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Old 08-05-2013, 07:33 PM   #305 (permalink)
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I wouldn't mess with that one. To oldschool and too sweet. Don't screw with anything worth careing about. Prolines are sweet. I got one I won't begin to Mod it. Buy an Arrow and do as you will. Just my suggestion.If you feel like unloading that proline ...call me
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I wouldn't mess with that one. To oldschool and too sweet. Don't screw with anything worth careing about. Prolines are sweet. I got one I won't begin to Mod it. Buy an Arrow and do as you will. Just my suggestion.If you feel like unloading that proline ...call me
This is the second Proline I have and I also have an AP Jubilee, the thing I love about my AP is how smooth and effortless the pump stroke is compared to the Proline Sterling's. I'm thinking I may just put the internals of an AP STP inside of this Proline and start there. Then I may send it out for some custom Anno just to make it "mine". I'm not talking about doing anything like half-blocking it or chopping it up to do AC thread or anything like that just to personalize it. That's all, nothing to drastic because I do love my Proline and it works every time I pull it out of my gun case.
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I've always preferred the looks of the rounded proline handles. Looks closer to an undercocking style.
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I've always preferred the looks of the rounded proline handles. Looks closer to an undercocking style.
I second that notion!
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Yeah I do need to get one since I've already sold the PM7, it's leaving tonight I believe. I'll get some family pics of just the pump family and one of the whole family.

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