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Continuing my ongoing clean up of my gun/reloading room I came across these parts and for the life of me I cannot remember what they are.

Anyone have a clue?


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Thanks BYG.

I think you are spot on. I remember now the rod was the cocking rod keeper, had Mike send me out an extra after I dropped one out of the receiver not paying attention.

Can't remember why I have the hammer sears, but hey, I can't remember what I had for lunch so no surprise there.
 

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I am curious how you know that. It must be a function of extensive experience with the tool. JPM

No, the 1000 used brass. They are from the 1500 Combo Sheep Shaggearer, a device that allowed both shearing and sharing of sheep.

Not to throw anyone under the bus but my knowledge comes from extensive conversations with AusAmateur and several others who live in Wales and England. I have no first hand experience with sheering a sheep, or for that matter with ANY activity involving sheep...
 

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No, the 1000 used brass. They are from the 1500 Combo Sheep Shaggearer, a device that allowed both shearing and sharing of sheep.





Or so I hear....
Well, you Aussies are the experts on sheep shaggearing, although the Scots and Welsh might contest that. I'll take your word on it.


Warning: NSFW, may incite animal husbandry, or other barnyard frolicking. Those from OK may be drawn to beaver pounding from this video.

Don't say a I didn't warn ewes.
 
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