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2 Bore Jones Underlever SxS "The Double Deuce"

slanttop357

Well-known member
Thank you Colin, i enjoy watching you work i can appreciate where you coming from, from my background as a precision sheet metal mechanic.
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
For a while now I've been trying to be consistent with my updates and post them on Saturday afternoon/evening when I am done working for the week. BUT tomorrow I will be busy all day with livestock and farm work(it's that time of year when all the newborns come and livestock needs to be moved out to pastures). So this week you get the update a day early.

Link to this weeks video:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/2012/03/23/2-bore-jones-underlever-black-powder-cartridge-side-by-side-rifle-the-double-deuce-part-19-extractor-work-sling-swivelmidwedge-regulation-wedge-trigger-plate-recess-2/

Link to the whole blog:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/

Enjoy

Colin
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
I didn't get as much done as I had wanted to this week. Tuesday my Father ended up in the Hospital needing a blood transfusion. Then Wednesday I took him down to Topeka to see a Specialist. Thankfully he is home now and after several more transfusions is feeling much better. BUT that was all time I was away from my shop.

Link to this weeks video:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/2-bore-jones-underlever-black-powder-cartridge-side-by-side-rifle-the-double-deuce-part-21-shaping-the-monoblock-and-action/

Link to the whole blog:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/

Enjoy

Colin
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
My Father is doing much better this week. Other than one afternoon/evening that I was Judging a Forensics meet at the High School I managed to spend most of the week working. I still didn't get as far as I had wanted but it's progressing right along.

Link to this weeks video:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/2-bore-jones-underlever-black-powder-cartridge-side-by-side-rifle-the-double-deuce-part-22-quarterrib-action-shaping-and-underlever/

Link to the whole blog:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/

Enjoy

Colin
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
This weeks video is a little longer than the last couple. Lots of work done though and a lot of information to cover.

Link to this weeks video:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/2-bore-jones-underlever-black-powder-cartridge-side-by-side-rifle-the-double-deuce-part-31-lock-internals-triggers-inlet-counter-weights-and-screws/

Link to whole blog:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask, I'll answer anything I can.

Enjoy

Colin
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
As my wife is found of saying "patience is a virtue, embrace it if you can, often in a woman and seldom in a man". It's always a temptation to rush when things start looking like they are getting done. But slow and steady is what counts at this point.

Link to this weeks post:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/2012/06/30/2-bore-jones-underlever-black-powder-cartridge-side-by-side-rifle-the-double-deuce-part-32-filing-sanding-polishing/

Link to the whole blog:
http://stolzergunsmithing.wordpress.com/

Enjoy,

Colin
 

CowboyCS

Well-known member
Sorry guys, NO video this week. I had a really bad week and only got about 5 minutes worth of video shot. The reloading tools are all built and I started casting balls to load these cartridges up. But overall my week was pretty bad, the Head Gasket blew on my wife's minivan, so I wasted a day and a half diagnosing why it was overheating and then my mechanic gave me the wonderful news that the repair would be $1,300.00. Well the van isn't worth 1300 so I decided I should try to track down another vehicle for her. That wasted another day in Lincoln NE and came home empty handed. Then I tried getting some casting done and the power company decide that would be a good day to have the power out for several hours at a time. Then I resumed the hunt for a vehicle, found a really nice truck today about an hour south of us, went and test drove it, decided to buy it(cash sale, private seller). He was very honest and up front about the truck and warned me that one of the front tires was about to go. He didn't have a spare for it, so I decided to try and baby it home...you guessed it...blew the tire 40 miles from home. So now I get to waste some more time tomorrow trying to get a new tire put on the rim and then go back to where I left the truck and get it. New tire mounted on a Sunday in Washington, Kansas...I might get lucky and talk my tire guy into opening his shop for a short while tomorrow but then again pigs might sprout wings and fly too. I'll just have to wait and see how either one of those turns out.

In any case it's been a bad week overall, with little to no video to show you, so I will just save it for next week.

Colin
 


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