New to me Sterling - some assembly required

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Re: New to me Sterling - some assembly required

Postby LCPfraTN » Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:17 pm

I have no doubts that you will have it functioning like a fine Swiss watch in due time! :D
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Re: New to me Sterling - some assembly required

Postby Flowmaster » Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:24 pm

I've made the poor decision to completely take down both a Bernardelli 25 and a Galesi 25. Those are two teardowns I'm never doing again. I had to talk to someone on this forum to get the Galesi back together, that was easily 5 years ago.

Speaking of entertaining basket case projects, a friend of mine once bought a Beretta 1934. The gun was missing a pin so the previous owner used a perfectly-fitting drill bit in place of the missing pin. The gun still had the full-length drill bit sticking out of the side of it.
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Re: New to me Sterling - some assembly required

Postby adam01364 » Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:57 pm

LCPfraTN wrote:I have no doubts that you will have it functioning like a fine Swiss watch in due time! :D

I hope so!

Flow, I agree, the Bernardelli .25 is nasty, been there, done it a couple of times.
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