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Thread: Notes to self re: removing a glue in

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    Notes to self re: removing a glue in

    1: Don't do it wearing shorts
    2: Don't let the action touch your leg when it comes out
    3: Follow rules #1 and #2

    When I was making bullets, I thought about getting a tattoo of a bullet on my right arm. Never got that, but now I've got 'Stolle Panda' along with the serial number branded on my right leg.

    The Universe has a weird sense of humor......





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    Last edited by Al Nyhus; 08-23-2021 at 10:40 AM.

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    Al, do you think Stan is smiling?

    Ouch!

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by liljoe View Post
    Al, do you think Stan is smiling? Joe
    No doubt! I can hear him now: "Jeezus f'ing Chr--st, Nyhus! I'm not fixin' it!" Too funny.

    I've expressed my hatred for glue-ins over the years and suspect the Glue In Gods decided this would be a good chance to get back at me.

    I'm a step ahead of 'em though. They should have waited until I whittled it on the mill for a Stan Ware inspired Pand-iak recoil lug conversion to lash out.

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    Ass i tone won't remove it?

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    Unhappy

    I have always wondered what cows and horses felt when getting branded. I guess you know. Don't feel bad, I have to learn the hard way also.

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    dude

    DUDE!!!! Friggin' EPIC!!!!


    Henceforth "The Legendary" Al Nyhus

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    Exclamation Dang.....Al !!!!

    But I'm here for ya.......

    I've a "spare" leg in the closet........only used about eight years.....vintage!!

    Kevin

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    I document make, model and serial numbers but your method shows real dedication and creativity. 😁

    Ouch!

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    when the police start asking about hot guns...we will send them your way....

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    I should add that the forward 1/2 of the action wasn't bonded to the epoxy at all. When you consider the trigger cut out, there was less than 1/3 of the action contact surface actually 'glued in'.

    That's going to be fixed, today. -Al


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    Do you glue the Pandiak lug in (ie bond it to the action) or rely on the fitment and the screws?

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    Fire/heat Vs Cold......
    I was told about using the freezer. Then smack it on the bench.....
    Never done it. I just shoot them.....Still curious tho....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy06 View Post
    Fire/heat Vs Cold.....I was told about using the freezer. Then smack it on the bench.....
    Never done it. I just shoot them.....Still curious tho....
    Heat doesn't never not work (true Forbidden Zone-speak). -Al

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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    Do you glue the Pandiak lug in (ie bond it to the action) or rely on the fitment and the screws?
    On this one, it's going to be a glue and screw fit. A dovetail gets pretty close to the threaded steel insert. -Al

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy06 View Post
    Fire/heat Vs Cold......
    I was told about using the freezer. Then smack it on the bench.....
    Never done it. I just shoot them.....Still curious tho....
    Don't ever try it on a Panda

    It'll work most of the time on a round steel action but NEVER on a Panda

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