Hey Mark,27 threads per inch....of course!
Why wouldn't they? LOL
Ever see a screw with a "chisel point"? (can't recall what it was on....)
Lot of rifles were made here in "Penciltucky"....(like most of the "Kentucky Rifles") By good Germans....
You are very welcome!Hey John,
Thank you kindly....
I do appreciate your approval. That is an example of the guns I have that I do not take out and fire because I AM certain it will work as well as the day it was made. I do have Starr's that I shoot. I think there are reproduction Starr revolvers... just not for me.That is an excellent example!
Thanks Glenn.You must have some excellent luck and great timing. If I had left pistols like that inside a window seat box, when I found them again later, either the dampness of the "dungeon" or a leaking window would have allowed them to rust to utter uselessness. Nice pieces you have there; old guns are almost always interesting and fun as well and those look as if they could be lots of fun.