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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #15 on: January 19, 2009, 10:29:23 pm »


I just went over and sent in a donation .
While I was there I sent him a short email asking IF I could download copies of the manuals for my rifles.
I only have three so it's not like I need "Everything".
I don't have any manuals for my three so I do hope he will send them to me.

SOoo ....  We should know soon whether the gooch-work-around [patent pending ....] , commonly called "bartering", is at all effective with this fellow.

{fingers crossed ....}

Which manuals do you need Gooch?

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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #16 on: January 19, 2009, 10:52:57 pm »


Since you ask ....   :rolleyes:

Winchester "Ranger" 30-30     [ a 94 clone kinda ....]
M1 Carbine                            [not sure of the manufacturer .... I could go look .... is it important ?]
Remington 572                      [pump .22lr  which really wants its own set of Tech Sights (tm)]

I have picked up some stuff and one of them is a couple of manuals from the Army on the M1 Carbine.{bapbui}
TB 23-7-1 Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin march 17, 1942
TM 9-1276    Nov 1952 with corrections to Feb 1953   [appears to be a shop manual for rebuilding the thing a gunsmiths level thing] 

SOoo .... I may not need a manual for the M1 carbine. {bapbui}

The Winchester and the Remington on the other hand ....
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2009, 11:04:40 pm »


Since you ask ....   :rolleyes:

Winchester "Ranger" 30-30     [ a 94 clone kinda ....]
M1 Carbine                            [not sure of the manufacturer .... I could go look .... is it important ?]
Remington 572                      [pump .22lr  which really wants its own set of Tech Sights (tm)]

I have picked up some stuff and one of them is a couple of manuals from the Army on the M1 Carbine.{bapbui}
TB 23-7-1 Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin march 17, 1942
TM 9-1276    Nov 1952 with corrections to Feb 1953   [appears to be a shop manual for rebuilding the thing a gunsmiths level thing] 

SOoo .... I may not need a manual for the M1 carbine. {bapbui}

The Winchester and the Remington on the other hand ....

Gooch:

Sorry, I do not have them. I will post my list of manuals either tomorrow or the next day. Maybe we here can develop an availability list and share them with others that need them. Just a thought...

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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #18 on: January 19, 2009, 11:18:19 pm »


Since you ask ....   :rolleyes:

Winchester "Ranger" 30-30     [ a 94 clone kinda ....]
M1 Carbine                            [not sure of the manufacturer .... I could go look .... is it important ?]
Remington 572                      [pump .22lr  which really wants its own set of Tech Sights (tm)]

I have picked up some stuff and one of them is a couple of manuals from the Army on the M1 Carbine.{bapbui}
TB 23-7-1 Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin march 17, 1942
TM 9-1276    Nov 1952 with corrections to Feb 1953   [appears to be a shop manual for rebuilding the thing a gunsmiths level thing] 

SOoo .... I may not need a manual for the M1 carbine. {bapbui}

The Winchester and the Remington on the other hand ....

Gooch:

Sorry, I do not have them. I will post my list of manuals either tomorrow or the next day. Maybe we here can develop an availability list and share them with others that need them. Just a thought...

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And a good one IMO.
You Might want to give Junker a holler and see about putting them in/on the wolfewiki ?
He has a list of lists or sommat going on over there ....
That AND a sticky thread on manuals available would be a good thing methinks.
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #19 on: January 19, 2009, 11:24:23 pm »


Since you ask ....   :rolleyes:

Winchester "Ranger" 30-30     [ a 94 clone kinda ....]
M1 Carbine                            [not sure of the manufacturer .... I could go look .... is it important ?]
Remington 572                      [pump .22lr  which really wants its own set of Tech Sights (tm)]

I have picked up some stuff and one of them is a couple of manuals from the Army on the M1 Carbine.{bapbui}
TB 23-7-1 Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin march 17, 1942
TM 9-1276    Nov 1952 with corrections to Feb 1953   [appears to be a shop manual for rebuilding the thing a gunsmiths level thing] 

SOoo .... I may not need a manual for the M1 carbine. {bapbui}

The Winchester and the Remington on the other hand ....

Gooch:

Sorry, I do not have them. I will post my list of manuals either tomorrow or the next day. Maybe we here can develop an availability list and share them with others that need them. Just a thought...

DS
And a good one IMO.
You Might want to give Junker a holler and see about putting them in/on the wolfewiki ?
He has a list of lists or sommat going on over there ....
That AND a sticky thread on manuals available would be a good thing methinks.


Will do. My manuals are spread across a couple of computers but updated the one in my office recently so I will look at that one to post. I'll jingle Junker.

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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #20 on: January 20, 2009, 01:11:30 am »

Gooch,

I've got the military M1 carbine manual here in a .pdf file if you need it

(edited in)

The ranger is just a 94 with cheap wood or plastic so any 94 manual will work as long as it's the same design meaning the old style top eject or the new style angle eject.......which are not the same
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #21 on: January 20, 2009, 05:27:58 am »

The "German gun" is a ROHM GMRH SONTHEIM/BRZ  model 86  .22 caliber single shot revolver

I understand it was made in Brazil, but all those other words sound German to me, so that's what I call it because Rohm Gmrk Sontheim is a big mouthful. :)

It is the first one all my students shoot, so it gets a lot of use. I swab out the bore and clean what I can reach when the cylinder is removed, but I don't know if it needs any deeper cleaning or not.
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #22 on: January 20, 2009, 07:27:40 am »

The "German gun" is a ROHM GMRH SONTHEIM/BRZ  model 86  .22 caliber single shot revolver

I understand it was made in Brazil, but all those other words sound German to me, so that's what I call it because Rohm Gmrk Sontheim is a big mouthful. :)

It is the first one all my students shoot, so it gets a lot of use. I swab out the bore and clean what I can reach when the cylinder is removed, but I don't know if it needs any deeper cleaning or not.

I think it is known as a "RG 86". I do not have that manual, pretty exotic.

Try this link.

Sorry.

http://www.e-gunparts.com/product.asp?chrProductSKU=PDF6017


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« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2009, 07:59:37 am »


Since you ask ....   :rolleyes:

Winchester "Ranger" 30-30     [ a 94 clone kinda ....]
M1 Carbine                            [not sure of the manufacturer .... I could go look .... is it important ?]
Remington 572                      [pump .22lr  which really wants its own set of Tech Sights (tm)]

I have picked up some stuff and one of them is a couple of manuals from the Army on the M1 Carbine.{bapbui}
TB 23-7-1 Ordnance Field Service Technical Bulletin march 17, 1942
TM 9-1276    Nov 1952 with corrections to Feb 1953   [appears to be a shop manual for rebuilding the thing a gunsmiths level thing] 

SOoo .... I may not need a manual for the M1 carbine. {bapbui}

The Winchester and the Remington on the other hand ....

Gooch:

Try here:

http://gunmanuals.net/Manuals/Winchester_94.pdf

and here:

http://gunmanuals.net/gun-manuals-w-z

and here:

http://gunmanuals.net/Manuals/remington_572.pdf

And herer:

http://gunmanuals.net/Manuals/remington_572.pdf

The M-1 is 15 meg and takes time.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #24 on: January 20, 2009, 08:31:12 am »

I think it is known as a "RG 86". I do not have that manual, pretty exotic.

No problem! Yes, I suspect it is a very unusual gun. I'll check out the link. Thanks!
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #25 on: January 20, 2009, 09:37:18 am »


Got this this morning from steve at stevespages dot com:

At 08:16 PM 1/19/2009, you wrote:
>Howdy Steve,
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>I had found your website a month or so back and put
>your manuals page up as a bookmark.
>When I came back to see IF you had my rifles manuals
>the page was down.
>Sorry you got hit by a "looter".
>Is there any way that I can get, if you have them,
>the manuals for my three rifles ?
>Can you send them as pdf's ?


Sorry, I don't email manuals ... but if you check back every week or
so, you might be surprised and find the manuals back online.

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SOoo .... there ya go.

That was IT.   No clue as to when he will put them back If he does ....

[Truth in Posting Disclaimer:  I did send him a small donation in an effort to "color" his response  :rolleyes:  however given my "Brokeness" there wasn't much color to be seen ....]
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #26 on: January 20, 2009, 09:56:12 am »

HollywoodGold

Thanks for the manuals links It looks like I will be busy for a while downloading and printing.

:thumbsup:


ML,
 I have an RG myself.  Mine is the model 66 single action six shot revolver .22lr.
Nothing fancy BUT it does throw lead.

:thumbsup:

I would like to replace the grips but haven't found anyone who carries them.
What I have is the cheapo plastic grips with a right handed thumb rest.
What I would like to have is cheapo plastic* grip without any thumb rest.
[ * They don't HAVE to be cheapo plastic BUT that is what I can afford  at present.]

Anybody have a link, address or phone for RG parts, accessories and supplies ?
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #27 on: January 20, 2009, 10:25:13 am »

HollywoodGold
 I have an RG myself.  Mine is the model 66 single action six shot revolver .22lr.
Nothing fancy BUT it does throw lead.

I would like to replace the grips but haven't found anyone who carries them.
What I have is the cheapo plastic grips with a right handed thumb rest.
What I would like to have is cheapo plastic* grip without any thumb rest.
[ * They don't HAVE to be cheapo plastic BUT that is what I can afford  at present.]

Anybody have a link, address or phone for RG parts, accessories and supplies ?

The grips on mine are a beautiful and obviously old hardwood, well kept. No thumb rest at all.

I don't know why you couldn't use the plastic grips as a pattern and carve some nice wooden ones yourself. Couldn't hurt to try! Or maybe there is someone here at TMM with that talent who would trade for something you can do?
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Re: Gun Manuals
« Reply #28 on: January 20, 2009, 03:49:00 pm »

HollywoodGold
 I have an RG myself.  Mine is the model 66 single action six shot revolver .22lr.
Nothing fancy BUT it does throw lead.

I would like to replace the grips but haven't found anyone who carries them.
What I have is the cheapo plastic grips with a right handed thumb rest.
What I would like to have is cheapo plastic* grip without any thumb rest.
[ * They don't HAVE to be cheapo plastic BUT that is what I can afford  at present.]

Anybody have a link, address or phone for RG parts, accessories and supplies ?

The grips on mine are a beautiful and obviously old hardwood, well kept. No thumb rest at all.

I don't know why you couldn't use the plastic grips as a pattern and carve some nice wooden ones yourself. Couldn't hurt to try! Or maybe there is someone here at TMM with that talent who would trade for something you can do?

Good Idea.  :thumbsup:

I can make wood do lots of things but carving it I have never learned.
I do have some exotic wood scraps mayhap I will give it a try.

Cheers,

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« Reply #29 on: January 20, 2009, 04:14:13 pm »

HollywoodGold
 I have an RG myself.  Mine is the model 66 single action six shot revolver .22lr.
Nothing fancy BUT it does throw lead.

I would like to replace the grips but haven't found anyone who carries them.
What I have is the cheapo plastic grips with a right handed thumb rest.
What I would like to have is cheapo plastic* grip without any thumb rest.
[ * They don't HAVE to be cheapo plastic BUT that is what I can afford  at present.]

Anybody have a link, address or phone for RG parts, accessories and supplies ?

The grips on mine are a beautiful and obviously old hardwood, well kept. No thumb rest at all.

I don't know why you couldn't use the plastic grips as a pattern and carve some nice wooden ones yourself. Couldn't hurt to try! Or maybe there is someone here at TMM with that talent who would trade for something you can do?

Gooch:

If a few bucks can be worked try here:

http://www.e-gunparts.com/product.asp?chrProductSKU=204450&MC=

and here:

http://www.e-gunparts.com/product.asp?chrProductSKU=1141920&MC=

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