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01-25-2020 11:17 AM
kf4ocv That is a nice looking gun.
01-14-2020 09:07 PM
Lt. Dave Here is what the rest of the Squire looks like:
01-12-2020 09:32 PM
kf4ocv Lt Dave, that is nice!
01-11-2020 04:51 PM
Lt. Dave Here are a few pictures of the Squire snap on forend. The brass spacer is not original equipment:
01-10-2020 10:44 PM
Lt. Dave
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Originally Posted by Winter Hawk View Post
Lt. Dave,

Isn't that the screw on Schnabel forearm? Sure looks like it to me....

~WH~
It's actually a snap on made of walnut. I'll post a picture of the underside tomorrow.
01-10-2020 08:50 PM
Winter Hawk Lt. Dave,

Isn't that the screw on Schnabel forearm? Sure looks like it to me....

~WH~
01-06-2020 09:31 PM
kf4ocv I have searched for pix of my collection but could not find them. I have .410/30-30 combo, 20g, 16g, 12g all AF (1969) Serial numbers.
01-06-2020 09:03 PM
Lt. Dave Nice walnut. Definitely an older snap on. I like to see the quality of the wood they once used. I have just one shotgun with the snap on forend. It too is walnut. It's a long barreled (28") full choke 20 ga with a straight wristed walnut stock. It's lighter than the more current models by quite a bit. It's finish is a little yellowed compared to yours. Maybe yours has been refinished? I'll add a picture later.
01-06-2020 08:50 PM
kf4ocv Lt. Dave here are the pix. The first two are the used one the last two are the rough cut one that I am sanding down. There are for the snap on forearm. Hard to find these days.
01-06-2020 08:31 PM
kf4ocv Spruce, that is why I go too. I can find new guns anywhere but gun parts particularly old ones are hard to find. I once found a guy who had owned his own shop and was cleaning out. He had H&R barrels for $15! I got a couple, wish I had got all of them. The next time I talked to him he said he didn't bring any. He said he wasn't able to dig around to find them. I asked to come to his place he smarted off "I'm an @$$ hole and the answer is No!" I don't use that type language although at that point I wasn't disagreeing with him either. LOL! I shook my head and walked away thinking what an idiot!
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