Mazarin will spend a few of the millions he has put away; our gentlemen will perform prodigies of valor in their encounters with the proud Castilians, and many of them will return crowned with laurels, to be recrowned
by us with myrtles.
If it's worn, you might want to recrown
I would like to cut it down slightly and recrown
I would encourage you to check it closely with a magnifying glass and then possibly have a gunsmith recrown
Even though I knew I'd have to recrown
the barrel later after the liner was installed, I went ahead and used a Manson Precision crowning tool on the shortened barrel.
One is a recrown
. That's not terribly expensive, and bad crowns are prevalent on factory barrels and fixing one can be like a miracle.
A ding on the muzzle means a recrown
job in order for the refinish project to be perfect.
ITV chiefs have hatched secret plans to rescue the duo from their ailing evening Channel 4 show and recrown
them king and queen of daytime telly.
Start with an adjustable-sighted Freedom Arms .50AE; round butt the grip frame; cut the barrel to 4 1/2"; recrown
and solidly re-mount the front sight with an Allen screw; round off all sharp edges; engrave the frame, barrel and cylinder, and you'll get a devil of a sixgun known as Lucifer's Hammer.
I'm planning to cut the barrel off and recrown
it to fix the problem and need all the input I can get.
Agonizing for a night, I reasoned that since the rifle has a refinished stock, I would send it to Elk Meadow Performance (elkmeadowperformance.com) to be recrowned
. While waiting, I handloaded a batch of 168-grain Sierra MatchKing bullets.
I had it recrowned
, but sadly, the rifle has not shot quite as well since.