31. July 2021 kl. 0:48:56

Author Topic: My new martini  (Read 4801 times)

22. October 2009 kl. 2:32:19
Read 4801 times


Just picked this up in trade from my friend Ron, needed a little work. Trigger (now 2lbs) , buttstock bedding, front sight tightening/tune-up, recontour/shortening of an unfinished/bent original lever

1960/70s Navy Arms conversion of a W.W. Greener (Indian Govt. shotgun) Martini action that has been rebarreled in 45-70 (23/24” Twist) and has a pristine bore.

I recontoured the octagon barrel to a round shape from front of forestock to muzzle, will refinish wood and barrel in the future.

Just replaced the rear sight with a c Sharps arms mid range after machining/epoxying in a aluminum pillar for new sight not shown, will replace front sight with browning BPCR spirit level sight.

Interesting adaptation of a Refield micrometer sight staff for a front sight..

Does anyone know of/have one of these? Info?

Frank, Redwood City, Ca. U.S.A.

22. October 2009 kl. 9:31:10
Reply #1


Check here, I'm sure someone will know!
Give me iron, steel and wood!  Tupperware guns are for losers!

My website, growing entry by entry:http://www.militarygunsofeurope.eu[/url]