Old and ruined Winchester 1897 restoration - gun restoration

2023 ж. 28 Ақп.
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In this video, im going to show a restoration of an old and ruined winchester 1897. This winchester model 1897 is a riot gun, but there are the cover of a trench gun. This it was done to raise its price. During this gun restoration video, during i work on this old and ruined winchester 1897, is use only original tecniques to preser the old finishin.
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  • My famous rust remover: lamtechstore.com you can buy me a coffe here : www.buymeacoffee.com/RestauraTo ❤

    @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
    • not a freaking chance

      @hellyeaOU812@hellyeaOU81211 ай бұрын
    • lmfao

      @dilla_go@dilla_go8 ай бұрын
    • Gang

      @GabrielCarreon-hd2cv@GabrielCarreon-hd2cv8 ай бұрын
    • ​@@hellyeaOU812😊

      @katyDewa@katyDewa5 ай бұрын
  • Maybe I'm wrong, but this has the look of a reasonably well preserved gun that was artificially weathered.

    @josephdrake2760@josephdrake27604 ай бұрын
    • Hmm I don’t thank but just my take on looking how hard everything was on the break down of shotgun

      @southernokie3430@southernokie34304 ай бұрын
  • I've watched a ton of these restoration videos. I'd really like to see one on how they rust them up first.

    @billdanosky@billdanosky11 ай бұрын
    • fax another ruined piece for what content?

      @Kluee@Kluee11 ай бұрын
    • @@Kluee if you're asking for clarification- the only time I've seen a gun that rusty was in every restoration video. Every restoration video. Every, single restoration video.

      @billdanosky@billdanosky11 ай бұрын
    • @@billdanosky perhaps, the only reason you would see a rusted gun in a restoration video, is because if they were unrusted, they would not need to be restored.

      @mossyson@mossyson11 ай бұрын
    • @@billdanoskywell if they were nice and clean they probably wouldn’t need to be restored huh? You’re brilliant 😂

      @gnarcotics_@gnarcotics_11 ай бұрын
    • @@gnarcotics_ I just proved this point in the reply above, but I guess your the smartest, genius.

      @billdanosky@billdanosky11 ай бұрын
  • im fully convinced that 90% of these channels oxidize and rust weapons in a matter of a week just to make content videos

    @aadin@aadin11 ай бұрын
    • Really it's a 1897 they were used in WW1.

      @robertfandel9442@robertfandel944211 ай бұрын
    • He's saying OP is artificially aging the items for the sake of their video...

      @killbeers6890@killbeers689011 ай бұрын
    • @@killbeers6890 exactly.

      @aadin@aadin11 ай бұрын
    • @@robertfandel9442 steel wool in the barrel, also wood NEVER LOOKS this clean after a supposed 100 years of being exposed to the weathering

      @crustybomb115@crustybomb11511 ай бұрын
    • That KZhead money is to sweet.

      @blacksuite1@blacksuite111 ай бұрын
  • No annoying back ground music ✅ Straight to the point ✅ ASMR (debatatble) ✅ 10/10 video i loved the sounds

    @AMBATUKAMceo@AMBATUKAMceo11 ай бұрын
  • The best CYMA shotgun restoration ever!

    @Kill-o-Matic@Kill-o-Matic Жыл бұрын
    • Cyma? Hope you have see the final bro 😉

      @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
  • I’m sorry, but you MUST refinish the heat shield and re-install it on the weapon.

    @mase7557@mase7557 Жыл бұрын
    • Heat shield is not original part. Is added for fraud the last owner. This is a riot gun not a trench gun.

      @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
    • @@restaurato6629 thanks

      @mase7557@mase7557 Жыл бұрын
    • Exactly what I was thinking. Thanks for clearing that up. Gorilla Glue is amazing. I restored 2 completely broken stocks that were broken at the wrist. If you didn't look very closely you'd never have seen the joints. Were you using oxalic acid on the rusted steel parts?

      @battalion151R@battalion151R Жыл бұрын
    • Agree 100%

      @ronroche3138@ronroche3138 Жыл бұрын
    • Just thinking the same thing.

      @mrlink206@mrlink206 Жыл бұрын
  • More like a very serious cleaning than a restoration. But I'm glad it wasnt polished or anything. That old weathered and pitted look gives it that nostalgic look especially with these old west guns.

    @jemteebee556@jemteebee5569 ай бұрын
  • Intentionally Rusted/ Then this guy "Saves this Shot gun" 90% of these comments are praising this dude for fixing something he caused and was untruthful about.

    @notnowchief.3089@notnowchief.30892 ай бұрын
    • Who cares HOW it got rusty. We're watching a restoration

      @antoinejackson4311@antoinejackson4311Ай бұрын
    • ​@@antoinejackson4311 "who care" ?? Really ?... those who love the truth :)

      @winny94mc@winny94mc14 күн бұрын
  • That one's a keeper! My grandpa had one just like it but sold it in a garage sale for $25 when I was a kid. He told me that he didn't need it anymore because he bought an 870. Luckily, I got the 870, but I sure wish I had that 1897!

    @toddcunningham3213@toddcunningham3213 Жыл бұрын
  • I do love firearms maintenance, but restoration is another level. As an Ordnanceman, this makes me happy to watch. Great work!

    @usmcnguyentrw@usmcnguyentrw Жыл бұрын
  • I own one of this exact model! Passed down by my grandfather's grandfather. Really cool to see one bright back to life.

    @kcoker81@kcoker815 ай бұрын
  • It makes me sick when I see old things like this neglected and trashed…makes me happy to see someone putting in the time 😊

    @ET74019@ET740195 ай бұрын
    • You realise these "restoration" channels will deliberately age these weapons for content right? This guy has mistreated this relic just to bring it back to how it was

      @PeterCaptainObvious@PeterCaptainObvious4 ай бұрын
  • SWEET! I was expecting a before and after but not a firing test! Exceptionally cool! I'm glad you kept so much of the original character of the piece. Reconditioned but still looks old. Very nice!

    @InformationIsTheEdge@InformationIsTheEdge Жыл бұрын
  • I WISH I could find one in that shape..nice restoration!

    @georgebone23@georgebone23 Жыл бұрын
  • 126 year old shotgun still getting it done. R.I.P Mr. Browning, your designs are timeless.

    @patrickfullan9509@patrickfullan9509 Жыл бұрын
    • It's probably more like a 26 year old shotgun as it's a riot gun that's been made to look like a trench gun

      @Grammer_Police1@Grammer_Police1 Жыл бұрын
  • Deliberately aged weapon, was it left in salt water for a couple weeks before this video?

    @PeterCaptainObvious@PeterCaptainObvious4 ай бұрын
    • My thoughts, it's rust is off.

      @france_stoneshore2150@france_stoneshore21504 ай бұрын
    • More than likely.

      @holocaust_2.0@holocaust_2.04 ай бұрын
    • @@france_stoneshore2150 It's almost the same kind of rust that was on this bloke's Spas12 video. Man's just destroying historic relics, no shame.

      @PeterCaptainObvious@PeterCaptainObvious4 ай бұрын
  • ah yes. My favorite kind of wood: rusted.

    @kallebsilva7474@kallebsilva7474 Жыл бұрын
    • Ong

      @viperxl5008@viperxl5008 Жыл бұрын
  • Honestly, thank you for not putting music

    @ub_8@ub_8 Жыл бұрын
  • Surgical band on the stock repair is top notch use of things laying around.

    @joesmithguide@joesmithguide7 ай бұрын
  • 126 years old and yet it looks so impossibly modern !!! I really love the way you've retained the original patina !!!

    @Chewligan1@Chewligan111 ай бұрын
    • the last 97 winchester pump was made in mid 1957 if u idjuts looked this stuff up before making yr selfs look like dufues u d be better off i have 5 of them one made in 1904

      @rickreeve1246@rickreeve124610 ай бұрын
  • Brother soft jaws for your vice please 🥹🥹🥹 Great restoration Glad you got your soft jaws out Phew Looks great 👍 👏👏👏

    @holymoly6829@holymoly6829 Жыл бұрын
  • Glad to see you got your channel back. Thank you for this amazing work. 🇧🇷

    @TrueThiago@TrueThiago Жыл бұрын
  • Dang, how long did you let this one sit outside before making the video?

    @jeremyjackson8196@jeremyjackson81966 ай бұрын
  • Amazing how this old gun has no pitting whatsoever lmao

    @liberationpocket7950@liberationpocket79506 ай бұрын
  • Nice job! Saved but not ruined by a overzealous restoration. I’m fighting with myself as weather to take my original condition (90% blueing gone) 1897 and convert it to a trench gun or leave it alone! If I come across a spare barrel cheaply(doubt it) I might do a trench conversion to that one. I like the way you do things!

    @waynemanning3262@waynemanning3262 Жыл бұрын
    • Im in the same boat lol it seems such a tragedy to cut down a nice barrel.

      @ryanhogle3089@ryanhogle3089 Жыл бұрын
  • As a gunsmith who has refinished countless guns I like the way you did that it maintains the Integrity of the Piece

    @jimjones395@jimjones395 Жыл бұрын
  • This is the best shotgun for the military at the time and I like it

    @user-ut9gr9mn2i@user-ut9gr9mn2i2 күн бұрын
  • I have my grandfathers 1890’s Belgian made Model 12 12 Gauge Automatic Shotgun. It has been taken Great Care of over the last century and shoots as good today as when it was new.

    @willowwisp6401@willowwisp64019 ай бұрын
    • hope it stays within your family forever

      @PeterPerez.@PeterPerez.9 ай бұрын
  • Thanks I've been looking for this, now I can replace the real one with it in the Spencer Mansion

    @PIXEL-yt3fu@PIXEL-yt3fu Жыл бұрын
  • How nerve wracking was that first test shot is what I'd like to know lol. Honest to God, my new favorite channel obsession. Remarkable work here, truly an art

    @jc9284@jc9284 Жыл бұрын
    • BallisticBackyard is simply better.

      @lecobra418@lecobra41811 ай бұрын
  • Ich liebe es, diese Restaurierungen zu sehen 😊

    @valneisantoscostacosta5645@valneisantoscostacosta56458 ай бұрын
  • Man those rusty screws sure did come out easy

    @jacobcannon2000@jacobcannon2000 Жыл бұрын
  • I still have my Grandfather's 1897 to this day.

    @ThreadlineAngler@ThreadlineAngler Жыл бұрын
    • Me too! Still shoots, take it out every once in a while, run some lite bird shot thru it.

      @Fbaker10@Fbaker10 Жыл бұрын
  • when i was young (in the 70's) an old timer would hand you one of these to see you tear the hide off your thumb when pumped,, it just takes once to learn how to hold one of these knuckle busters properly,,, nice video!

    @kirkethridge2500@kirkethridge2500 Жыл бұрын
  • The best pump ever made in the world!!! This weapon was rolled in the mud and dust during the war so it was functional again!!!

    @danicao.6778@danicao.67785 ай бұрын
  • Nicely done! I liked the shroud on there, had that Trench Gun aesthetic, but looks good.

    @DJTheMetalheadMercenary@DJTheMetalheadMercenary Жыл бұрын
  • Reminds me of a trench shotgun, that’s my favourite shotgun

    @joeygaming2987@joeygaming2987 Жыл бұрын
    • It is... Might be wrong but pretty sure it is.. edit:just checked and yes this IS a trench shotgun

      @aidanlimhuadenghshs@aidanlimhuadenghshs Жыл бұрын
    • It is. Its a Winchester Model 1897. Even had the heat shield/bayonet lug, though he didn’t do any kind of refinishing of that part, unfortunately. Yeah, my favorite shotgun too.

      @DisgruntledGrunt@DisgruntledGrunt Жыл бұрын
    • That is the trench gun. Iconic

      @Hath.0@Hath.0 Жыл бұрын
    • @@Hath.0 indeed

      @aidanlimhuadenghshs@aidanlimhuadenghshs Жыл бұрын
    • You bet it reminds you a trench gun.... It is a Winchester 1897 trench gun ! I'd like to have one !

      @laurentdevaux5617@laurentdevaux5617 Жыл бұрын
  • First off, the Winchester model 1897 is not an easy to tackle when healthy,,,but bless you for breathing life back into this ol shotgun. My dad gave me 2, a 32" full and a 20" cyl. I've had them since i was 12. They are not for everyone.

    @patrickbuechel2599@patrickbuechel25993 ай бұрын
  • Excelente trabajo de restauración de esa vieja escopeta Winchester mod 1897..!! Llegó muy maltratada y muy oxidada, y quedo muy bien, se llevo mucho trabajo y tiempo, si la hubiera pavonado hubiera quedado preciosa..!! Muy buena explicación del desarme paso a paso..!! Muy buen documental..!! Excelente video..!

    @EnriqueOchoaMaldonado-uc8kl@EnriqueOchoaMaldonado-uc8kl6 ай бұрын
  • Are all these weapons artificially rusted for this channel

    @javiercastillo1186@javiercastillo118611 ай бұрын
    • What do you think?

      @user-jp9fk7xw9v@user-jp9fk7xw9v11 ай бұрын
    • Absolutely

      @BeersAndBeatsPDX@BeersAndBeatsPDX11 ай бұрын
    • My Grandfather owned a gunshop and he'd buy peoples used guns even the rusty ones to fix up, so ive handled lots of firearms that are in rough shape IE rusted through a natural process of time and improper storage... Anyway the guns in this guys videos all have the hallmarks of intentional forced patina. You can just tell when something is real, its hard to explain. But the tell is that its a perfectly even layer of active orange rust that is thin and has not pitted or eaten into the metal. This tells me its recent and also deliberate. Whole guns rarely rust at the same rate, like the tip of the barrel or grip or highpoint surfaces will go first. My assumption is he takes a firearm in probably fair to decent condition, uses vinegar or other chemical agent to strip the bluing to bare metal, then dunks the whole gun in salt water and leaves it outside under the sun for a week. Winchester riot 1897s (in the description he says its a regular model that he added the shield to so its not a real valuable trenchgun) average in the USA around $500-900 depending on condition. IDK where he is located. But you may ask this is wasteful right? But think about it; he got 4.5 MILLION views in less than 3 months on this video alone. He has nearly 1 million subscribers. He has made, by conservative estimates, $45,000 from google ad revenue off this video alone. But probably several times that much. Not counting his other videos, donations, sponsorships, etc. With minimal filming/editing work and a $500 dollar upfront investment and a few hours of his time. This guy is a fucking genius. A deceitful genius, but genius none the less.

      @sergeantbigmac@sergeantbigmac11 ай бұрын
    • I have been saying that for a long time it looks like they were all put into a shake and bake bag

      @damrgee8279@damrgee827911 ай бұрын
  • Old ruined Winchester turned into a restored ruined Winchester

    @jeepdan7776@jeepdan77764 ай бұрын
  • Когда смотрю подобные видео, вспоминаю, как приводил в чувства мотоцикл Восход 2м, мотоцикл моего дяди, о котором все на 40 лет забыли. Теперь он стоит рядом моей Ямаха ТДМ 850-1 у меня во дворе!

    @user-gm1me6qt4y@user-gm1me6qt4y6 ай бұрын
  • You did such a great job with this restoration, You restored it. well also making sure it still look as if it was properly aged ❤

    @atticusnicol151@atticusnicol1516 ай бұрын
  • I really liked that you chose to leave off the after market vent hand guard. 👍😎

    @silverhairseeker5539@silverhairseeker5539 Жыл бұрын
    • how do u know its after market check ur history ww 1 ww2 korea viet nam these guns where there being used

      @rickreeve1246@rickreeve1246 Жыл бұрын
  • I hope you clean and reinstall the bayonet mount and heat shield. They are original military issue and are quite rare and valuable.

    @sgtfroman@sgtfroman Жыл бұрын
    • That’s what I thought.

      @lancet.gundersonii9529@lancet.gundersonii9529 Жыл бұрын
    • During the restoration process i write about bayonet lug "this is not an original part of riffle" is added by a gunsmith in the past for fraud the original owner. This is definely a riot gun not a trench gun.

      @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
  • Thank you for preserving this gun's legacy and patina. I once had the privilege of selling one of these in perfect condition from the man it was issued to in WWI. I'll never forget that man , or that gun.

    @majorjockitch@majorjockitch8 ай бұрын
  • I miss my Winchester 97. first gun I ever bought. paid 200$ for it while I was camping out in rural Oregon, found it at an antique store. was a solid-frame first year gun, long barrel, full taper choke bore. someone had painted the pump grip some sort of grey, but the stock was still pretty. I cleaned and re-stained the pump grip on a picnic table while camping out in the high desert grassland. ended up using it to drive off a mountain lion during my stay there.

    @aidanacebo9529@aidanacebo952911 ай бұрын
  • I had one just like this. I inherited it from my grandpa. It looked brand new. He took great care of his firearms.

    @cabman86@cabman866 ай бұрын
  • The old rusty appearance on this looks rather "fresh" and fabricated !

    @666sdkfz@666sdkfz6 ай бұрын
    • Yeah fresh rust. Lmao

      @1stfloorguy59@1stfloorguy596 ай бұрын
    • Most of these videos are using intentionally " rusty" items. It is obvous

      @Clifford-jv7hk@Clifford-jv7hk6 ай бұрын
  • Less than a minute into this video and i had to go the the safe, get my 1897 and show her how she will never be treated like this.....shes a queen and deserves the best care and maintenance....by the way, my stock has a smaller chip in the exact same spot. Unfortunately, I dont have the chip.

    @RP-ks6ly@RP-ks6ly8 ай бұрын
  • Great video. When i was a kid in the early 80's, we had a small gun shop in my town, and they had an original 1897 pump wWinchester with a bayonet. They used to let me hold it, and it is still one of my favorite weapons. The late 1800's to the early 1900's was such an interesting time in weapons development.

    @johnmorgan4405@johnmorgan4405 Жыл бұрын
  • You did an excellent job. Thanks for the video.

    @Brett235@Brett2357 ай бұрын
  • So many flaws and things done incorrectly here in this video leads me to doubt a single thing this guy does. Right down to his crystal clear and clean finger nail bed to the lack of wounds to his hands or even cracked skin with dirt imbedded in his skin. I have NEVER met a gun restoration who did not have very dirty stained man hands. This kid looks like he just set down a novel and thought to himself ya know what, gun restoration will get alot of likes and subs. I'll make some videos and see how it goes. One thing is for sure, with the number of errors this guy makes doing resto there is not a chance this guy is a legit restoration expert. Probably his Dad or Grandpa's work he takes credit for. To bad.

    @robhamilton4736@robhamilton47364 ай бұрын
  • Great job, Congratulations!!!

    @andrewmartin808@andrewmartin808Ай бұрын
  • Wow! A real conservation resto!

    @bgdavenport@bgdavenport27 күн бұрын
  • Bravo. Looks classic.

    @Workerbee-zy5nx@Workerbee-zy5nx8 ай бұрын
  • At 37 seconds you can read Winchester on barrel as he disassembles it. For his $$$ I hope it is real. Nice Job!

    @rfnatureboy@rfnatureboy Жыл бұрын
  • At least it wasn't a real trench gun. Trench guns were not takedown models, they had fixed barrels...

    @dkindig@dkindig Жыл бұрын
  • Great entertaining video, funciotionally it works, but from a non-professional perspective, I missed some polishing to make it shiny and easier to sline by reducing the friction

    @paulofigado@paulofigado7 күн бұрын
  • The slide action at the end was beautiful 😍

    @marvinprice6476@marvinprice64762 ай бұрын
  • German soldiers of WW1: "Finally another one of those horrible weapons are off the battlefield!" Restaura To: "hold up"

    @JPSRCE1987@JPSRCE1987 Жыл бұрын
  • when you fake rust these guns dont you worry you will damage the gun? orange rust = new rust btw

    @hellyeaOU812@hellyeaOU81211 ай бұрын
    • They have no respect for historical artifacts, only views

      @nesquick84@nesquick8411 ай бұрын
  • Amazing work!

    @thissonedupuie3263@thissonedupuie32638 ай бұрын
  • Beautiful work. Those were carried by many Marines in World War One, the Philippines, and Nicaragua. In WW2, Marines on point carried this weapon or a Thompson Machine gun. Even in The Dominican republic, and Vietnam, The Marines carried these for a time. The Germans in WW1 actually had the gall to complain ( they were the first to use mustard and phosgene gas in artillery shells!) About the shotgun, as you could clear a trench very quickly.

    @kilcar@kilcar Жыл бұрын
  • That steel wool did a lot more than I thought it would

    @Atlasowl@AtlasowlАй бұрын
    • Probs cos it's a fake resto job. The gun isn't from that period, and the rust is due to being soaked in salt water for a week.

      @samye5537@samye5537Ай бұрын
  • Eu gostaria sim de ver tanto a restauração das armas como a fabricação de novas peças das peças da mesma, Obrigado pelo ótimo vídeo.

    @F76986jhg@F76986jhg Жыл бұрын
  • Your attention to detail is absolutely amazing

    @woodworkingandepoxy643@woodworkingandepoxy643 Жыл бұрын
  • Oh boy, this was super calming, thank you

    @Carlteezus@Carlteezus9 ай бұрын
  • Well done

    @timothyedmiston8756@timothyedmiston8756 Жыл бұрын
  • I understand not doing to much in the sense of keeping the gun as original as possible. But did you put oil or anything on the barrel and mechanism to protect it?

    @joshuae.m.wright7566@joshuae.m.wright75664 ай бұрын
    • We can hope.

      @holocaust_2.0@holocaust_2.04 ай бұрын
  • I love it when somebody restores something that is still good instead of throwing it away

    @johntatman8182@johntatman81822 ай бұрын
    • The issue with a majority of these types of videos is they're faked they just buy a gun and bury it for a set amount of time so it looks old and rusty but you can tell this wasn't a faked restoration

      @coltonkoepp655@coltonkoepp655Ай бұрын
  • What an absolute treasure!!! Thanks for sharing!!

    @leestone5035@leestone5035 Жыл бұрын
  • Call it what it is a good cleaning and simple repair

    @Dieselpwr@Dieselpwr6 ай бұрын
  • I have a a 1897. It was my grandfather’s. It’s in pretty good shape. Don’t know that I would want to run modern shells through it however.

    @GG-sj2wg@GG-sj2wg11 ай бұрын
    • 1897s were made well into the 1950s. I have shot hundreds of round thru mine. They were well made guns. early 16 gauge had a short chamber tho. 4those you would not shoot modern shells thru.

      @woodman4550@woodman455011 ай бұрын
    • dubble 0 buck works great in them

      @rickreeve1246@rickreeve124610 ай бұрын
  • 昔の人の技術も凄いけど、この方の修復の技術も素晴らしい😊

    @user-kz9hf5xe4b@user-kz9hf5xe4b11 ай бұрын
  • Excellent video. Anti-freeze works very well. It does not lose its shape after drying. Axe handles - it'll tighten those up with the same effect also. Best!

    @davidboerema1139@davidboerema1139 Жыл бұрын
  • meanwhile I still cant get a rusted bolt out of a 10 year old toyota.

    @Msherwood5341@Msherwood53419 ай бұрын
  • I occasionally receive guns that are badly rusted because they were left in a damp case or picked out of a lake. In every case they had deep pitting. Your gun looks like it has very light pitting. Looks like it was left in the rain for a few days and has lots of surface rust. Very seldom do I see a uniform coating of rust. Still fun to watch.

    @porcupinepete8110@porcupinepete811011 ай бұрын
    • Yes most of these videos restoration pieces man-made to look super old

      @coochieman3178@coochieman317811 ай бұрын
  • The restoration is impressive. What's more impressive is how he puts it back together!

    @donsullivan3610@donsullivan3610 Жыл бұрын
  • what a nice job !

    @papamoi7904@papamoi79048 ай бұрын
  • Because of the bayonet stud on the barrel it looks more like the shotguns the US military purchased for World War I in 1917....sometimes referred to as a "Trench Gun" because these were great in the treches.

    @scott6828@scott682811 ай бұрын
  • my favorite shotgun.

    @kevinhorning3624@kevinhorning3624 Жыл бұрын
  • I would love to see the expression on the face of the actual maker of this piece as he watches and wonders how it got into this state and then to see it restored. Amazing. Thanks for the video.

    @BenSeigal@BenSeigal9 ай бұрын
  • You restored it *AND* fired it. Respect++

    @rroneuspyludoneus8162@rroneuspyludoneus8162 Жыл бұрын
  • I really enjoyed this

    @BluuJourney@BluuJourney10 ай бұрын
  • you HAVE to put the heat sheild and bayo lug back on, thats the coolest part about this gun!! this is one on my short list of needed guns that ill probably never get.

    @502deth@502deth Жыл бұрын
    • I write in the subtitles during the restoration. The heatshield cover and bayonet lug, is added for fraud the last owner, this gun's was sell for trenchgun, but this is a riot gun, and riot gun dont have any heatshield.

      @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
    • @@restaurato6629 i keep subtitles turned off, its too distracting for my brain to not read them, then i miss the video. and theres a difference between a replica and a fraud, you can still have the trench gum look as long as you dont try to sell it at an inflated price by calling it something other than what it is. 👍👍

      @502deth@502deth Жыл бұрын
  • I just found an antique, muzzle loading, pistol, in remarkable shape. Only mild rust on the barrel seems to be the only issue with it. I found it in an old barn where nobody has lived on the property since I have lived in my house, 2003. Since it was inside a beat up feed container, it did not get wet. I look forward to trying it out.

    @Jack_Torrance.@Jack_Torrance.5 ай бұрын
  • Beautiful restoration. I love my 1897 shotgun. Got it for like 250 dollars in 2018.

    @GonzoPrice@GonzoPrice9 ай бұрын
  • Прошу прошения были ,Помповое ружье фирмы "Винчестер" модели 1897 года был создан оружейным гением Джоном Моузесом Браунингом. Своё первое гладкоствольное ружье с перезарядкой движением цевья назад-вперёд Браунинг выпустил ещё в 1893-м году на базе собственного же патента от 1886-го года. Однако, первоначальная модель, как это часто бывает, страдала многими "детскими болезнями" и популярности себе не снискала. Тогда Браунинг существенно дорабатывает свою модель, и в 1897-м компания "Винчестер" выпускает её под наименованием Winchester M1897. Известны также другие названия этого ружья и его модификаций - model 97, M97, Trench gun, "Траншейная метла", Riot gun. Изначально оружие создавалось как охотничий дробовик под патроны 16-го и 12-го калибра. В дальнейшем же появились военные и полицейские модификации, отличающиеся в основном длиной ствола, отделкой и дополнительными опциями. Внешне ружьё выглядит как классический "помповик" с подствольным трубчатым магазином. Собственно, с этой модели помповые дробовики и начали своё восхождение к славе, став неким фетишем и классикой для жителей Северной Америки, а потом, после успешного применения в Первой Мировой Войне и благодаря Голливуду, и для остального мира.

    @userttttghhhkjbvv3567@userttttghhhkjbvv3567 Жыл бұрын
  • no way yall ruined a trench gun for this video

    @kouriier6112@kouriier6112 Жыл бұрын
    • It's a takedown civilian model. Trench guns only came with fixed barrels.

      @joshp2542@joshp2542 Жыл бұрын
  • super arbeit, respekt

    @thomaspotthoff240@thomaspotthoff2408 ай бұрын
  • Awesome job !!! Preserving the " patine " made it all :)

    @dagger1145@dagger11454 ай бұрын
  • Imagine if this will be restored again after a hundred years😶

    @vmanish7463@vmanish7463 Жыл бұрын
  • It isn't finished yet. A trench broom needs it's bayonet lug and heat shield. It's only about 80% finished. When's part 2?????

    @michaelpeters7044@michaelpeters70448 ай бұрын
    • It's nowhere. The heat shield was only added to this riot gun to raise the price.

      @685eric685@685eric6858 ай бұрын
  • Finally a real gun restoration video, also with one of my favorite shotguns

    @codycorippo5974@codycorippo59743 ай бұрын
  • Would have nice to see the kind of fluids used for the various stages. Good job on making it serviceable again. Looks and functions great now.

    @lonpearson2134@lonpearson2134 Жыл бұрын
  • Gostei muito desse trabalho , dessa restauração, principalmente porque a arma tá funcional !

    @cristovaoferreira3552@cristovaoferreira355211 ай бұрын
    • Guns shoot

      @VuNguyen-Uniklyrare1@VuNguyen-Uniklyrare111 ай бұрын
    • Ha ha ha

      @VuNguyen-Uniklyrare1@VuNguyen-Uniklyrare111 ай бұрын
  • Hello i have an advice for you, if you take two sheet of copper on you'r vice you can hold every pieces of metal without risk of scratch and twist you'r pieces.

    @jeanclaudedus5737@jeanclaudedus5737 Жыл бұрын
    • I have rubber clamps... you can see the alluminum support

      @restaurato6629@restaurato6629 Жыл бұрын
  • Beautiful work and attention to detail. Loved watching. But...the heat shield.

    @rikarson2098@rikarson20989 ай бұрын