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Mikee5star

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Anvil by CandRsenal
« on: April 20, 2019, 05:31:08 pm »
While I was watching the Project Lightning from Forgotten Weapons, and CandRsenal I was introduced to Mark and his Anvil series produced by CandRsenal.



Entertaining and informative.  I think this guy is funny as hell.  "The secret to good woodworking is to not screw it up in the first place." Mark.

I have fallen down the rabbit hole at CandRsenal.  I have resisted watching these videos for years due to not wanting to devote the time to their long format.  Two 1.5 hour video's on just the Lee Enfields.  And now there are gunsmithing videos to watch. 
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    Re: Anvil by CandRsenal
    « Reply #1 on: April 20, 2019, 11:30:50 pm »
    Yeah, he seems like a really good gunsmith.   Wish the shop had a website, but I guess he is probably already backlogged enough and doesn't need to advertise to get more work. 

    The Project Lightening videos were good too.  I was expecting the BAR to do better than it did, but I think the lack of bipod on the World War I model was a big handicap.   
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    Re: Anvil by CandRsenal
    « Reply #2 on: April 21, 2019, 02:21:32 am »
    He pulled a long lee out of its stock, cleaned off the rust, cleaned out the mold, wiped everything down with axle grease and reinstalled.  Commented that there was "gun grease" available, but he was trying to make a bit of money.  And all it needed to do was keep moisture and oxygen away from the steel.
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