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yours could look just as good as mine, just have to do it, that's all.Sfc I thought mine was kinda rough around the edges but yours looks great
My Maadi made the same restoration trip as SfcRet's did.View attachment 3840946 View attachment 3840947 Hello to all still new to the board, especially in this area of expertise. I've had this old Maadi sitting in a closet for years looked a few times for replacement stuff, mainly a top cover to replace existing as the pictures will tell why, but now I'm wanting to get rid of this chunky gal of a thumbhole stock. What is everyone using for their's? Dont know what exactly fits but would like to return to as much original as possible. I need some opinions or show yours off. Thought maybe look for some Russian furniture but still unsure yet looking for guidance thanks everyone love this community. And i do apologize for the awful pictures I know I messed up still new at this tell me what to snap a shot of and I will try. View attachment 3840939 View attachment 3840941 View attachment 3840942 View attachment 3840943 View attachment 3840944
thanksThat's a gorgeous RPM
just cruising GB they seem to be hovering in the 250-400 dollar range.........this set is for a lot less, 180 bucks with the gripI believe I will just have to keep looking for a good stock and grip on broker, I really dont know what current market prices are for everything found a top cover on GB but $70 plus shipping seemed way too much for it.
they probably are, so what?... that is the least inexpensive stock set I have seen offered for saleI saw that website never heard of it before they look refinished
the pin has a spring behind it, you press the pin it with your finger and unscrew the muzzle device......mine wasn't there, can't recall if the pin was in there or not, that's why I asked.but as for the retainer pin I'm not sure never really looked for one will have to check when I get off work, I am assuming it's a pin you have to punch out before attempting to remove the muzzle cover?
I will check when I get off, my muzzle nut is still welded on toothey probably are, so what?... that is the least inexpensive stock set I have seen offered for sale
the pin has a spring behind it, you press the pin it with your finger and unscrew the muzzle device......mine wasn't there, can't recall if the pin was in there or not, that's why I asked.