Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Post by Clark Magnuso » Tue, 26 Sep 2006 12:48:16



http://www.FoundCollection.com/
--
For choosing to fight, one gets the horrors or war, stress, and possibly
death.
For choosing not to fight, one gets subjugation, ***, and
possibly death.
Choose your fights carefully.
 
 
 

Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Post by Carl Byrn » Tue, 26 Sep 2006 13:51:17



Quote:
> http://yarchive.net/metal/magnum_mauser.html
> --

IIRC, he went to his reward before finishing the action. The guy who bought
his shop was going to finish it, but things went to hell on a handtruck.

-Carl

 
 
 

Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Post by carneyk » Wed, 27 Sep 2006 03:14:49


Thanks for bringing up "***ut's" archive. I always enjoyed his
knowledgeable posts and remember the post about the Mauser action.
Quote:



> > http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> > --

> IIRC, he went to his reward before finishing the action. The guy who bought
> his shop was going to finish it, but things went to hell on a handtruck.

> -Carl

 
 
 

Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Post by Tom Wai » Wed, 27 Sep 2006 04:08:21



Quote:
> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

It's a shame those were never built. Fred Wells of Prescott AZ. made some
scaled up Mousers for his .500 Wells Express cartidges. They were BIG and
heavy guns.
Not something you wanted to tote around much. The .500 Wells Express was a
blown out, necked up .458 Win Mag case I believe. He did his own stocks and
hs wife Rachel engraved them. They were something to behold.
Tom
Quote:
> --
> For choosing to fight, one gets the horrors or war, stress, and possibly
> death.
> For choosing not to fight, one gets subjugation, ***, and
> possibly death.
> Choose your fights carefully.

 
 
 

Did Robert Barstow, Teenut, ever make his Mauser actions?

Post by Jon Elso » Wed, 27 Sep 2006 07:03:15


Quote:

> http://yarchive.net/metal/magnum_mauser.html

Since nobody else mentioned, I believe his last name was
Bastow - no "r" in it.  A cool guy, and well missed around here.

Jon