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Jason - Sorry that I haven't responded to your comment sooner - right now I'm sticking with brass - maybe some in aluminum later on. When I get my other mill going, I may try some in steel but that won't be for a while.


No worries! Thanks for the reply. Those brass ones are really growing on me.. Again, nice work. And please keep posting in this thread, I like the updates. I guess Iím just getting closer & closer to ordering a set of my own


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These sets look great! I'd love to get a set for my .38-55 Buffalo Classic and for my .45-70 Shikari. It's gonna be awhile before I have the money though. Keep up the great work and I'll be sure to order a set as soon as I can.

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These sets look great! I'd love to get a set for my .38-55 Buffalo Classic and for my .45-70 Shikari. It's gonna be awhile before I have the money though. Keep up the great work and I'll be sure to order a set as soon as I can.

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I plan to keep making theses for a while. Not sure if it will fit the Shikari - these fit the guns with the transfer bar - not familiar enough with the Shikaris to know if those have the transfer bar or not. I have a feeling Tim can answer that question for us - Dan

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Depends on when the Shikari was made, late production(~'78-on) had transfer bars, earlier had rebounding hammers.

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Probably going to drop the price on my brass parts a little. I've made several now and have the process pretty well figured out so it takes me less time and hand work. Thinking about 25 on the spacers and 60 on the trigger guards. Any thoughts or comments?

Dan - Handi's - 157 22 Hornet Mannlicher Stock, 157 30-30 Mannlicher stock, 45LC Buffalo Classic Carbine with 22K-Hornet and .357 Max Talo barrels, 45-70 Buffalo Classic, 204 Ruger Ultra with Fluted Barrel, 223, 12 Gauge Topper Deluxe Classic, 20 gauge TDC, 20 Gauge Topper Junior Classic, Pardner .410 Youth, 17HMR Sportster, .357 Mag Handi...
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I’m thrilled with the set I got and I think your pricing is very fair!
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To all who purchased these at the higher price I want to say thank you for your support in this project. A lot of effort has gone into doing this and it has not been without cost - I have a collection of mistakes - some of which may be salvageable but some are just scrap. I may look at making a few out of aluminum now that things are sorted out a little bit. Still not ready to tackle steel or stainless lol.

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I am interested in 2 pair of trigger guards and spacers. How do I place an order, please?
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I am interested in 2 pair of trigger guards and spacers. How do I place an order, please?
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Hello SEK, I would like to order a spacer and a trigger guard.

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