Random Hands Restorations

I can achieve zen watching these types of videos. I just watched a guy restore an antique vise. Then I watched this one.

REVOLVER RESTORATION

(This video was demonetized. We live in strange times.)

21 Comments on Random Hands Restorations

  1. Seen many like this.I learn alot of tricks.
    I restore old vacuum tube radios and some old toys.
    Keep in mind bro some of the tools they use
    cost BIG$$$.I am in the process of restoring a
    1980’s big azz giagante boom box.

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  2. That was amazing! Beautiful result from what looked to me like junk. See, us seniors have a lot of life in us, still! hehe

    I couldn’t believe that all the pieces involved in that ‘simple’ gun. I expected him to have a few left over after reassembling it.

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  3. Wow! W. Guslerworks, that was fantastic. What a beautiful talent. I’m even more amazed with our Continental Army and what they accomplished. Thanks for the link!

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  4. I’m sorry, but that was hard to watch. Watching and listening to him scrape the pistol on concrete was more than I could stand.

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  5. Webly?

    I love this stuff.

    Lining the barrel would be no trick for him and he would have a shooter. Cases might be a bit sticky still though due to pitting in the chambers, but I think it would be fun to finish it out and shoot it. Keep the chambers well oiled and it would probably work like a champ.

    Never seen a Philips head screw in a gun before??? He could probably locate a fillister head screw at least for the rear of the TG and not have it tear up his finger if he shoots it.

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  6. I believe it is a Harrington Richardson top-break in .32… But you cannot share videos like this since my Brother sent me a slide to refinish quite some time ago and I have been dragging my feets firing up the tanks…….
    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

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  7. @OTD – Yes, I’ve got “wrenches” size 5.56mm, 9mm, 12Ga., and .30-06. They’re definitely part of the took kit but there are some other key ones I haven’t identified just yet.

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