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Well its come time to send the Storger off to the professional and have them fine tune the inside. I have done all I can and will now have to pay out the money to get it done right like is suppose to be done.
Say now I was messin with some scrap leather I got from a cobbler fer next to nothin and cut a peice that fits around the butt stock and has a cover fer the butt plate. My pard had the sinu ( how ever ya spell it ) and knew how to stich it. So after he did that I came back to the house wet the leather stretched. Then I tightened up the lances, thought of puttin a fancy dezin on the leather then thought naw just leave it plain that's good enough fer me.
 

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Yep need to do that will giter done pards.
 

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what kind of fine tune'in?

is she givin' any problems or is she just gettin' slicked up a bit more?
 

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Just fine tune make her easy opening. I do love the TTN but just couldn't turn my back on the Storger either. It not the Storger didn't do its job it was just stiff to open and took valuble time away from shooting the tragets.
I plan to use her this coming weekend to see how she does, I have seen the TTN have problems also but never seen a Storger fail so this way I will have both the ladies there just in case.
I just like the extra insurance that all my guns are going to work. After having nothing but trouble with the 66. As a matter of fact while I was at the school with Spurs Roberts 66 only fire 4 rounds and when down. Lite primer strikes we tried to fix it but nothing seemed to work. Spur being the man he is let me use his rifle.
The trimes I have taken that rifle out to practise it never hick-ups comes to a match and seems to want to fail me. The Chaprrels aren't well thought of either in sass. So its gonna be time for a new rifle. I want a 73 but will have to pay someone to take out the grip safety and adjust is smooth. If I get a 66 no grip safety and can adjust that one myself.
 

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got her back yesterday smooth as glass.
 

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Shot her today she did fine I didn't fair so well alot of long time shooters today and I ended up shooting with the main posse did ok but didn't place at all learned a lot had alot of fun. tomorrow I am going to make sure I wear my shooting glasses didn't thin it made a differance but after today it does lol.
 

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As long as you had fun. Learning is never a bad thing either. ;)
 

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I did and had a bunch of fun too, met some realy nice folks as well. Thanks never a bad thing either.
 

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I can't think of an instance when having a spare gun is a bad thing. Enjoy smelling the powder burn.
 
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