Remington 7: part 2

The Remington 7 is complete.

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It is back to operational status after a quick two day cleaning.

I have decided to put a up a photo of a machine that I got at Hermans but have not said anything about.

My 1897 Smith Premier 2

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I have neglected to post anything on it as I am. waiting on the arrival of some parts for it as the carriage frame is cracked in half. I have glued the current carriage frame but it is warped and because of that the carriage will not work properly.

 

 

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Remington 7: part 2

2 thoughts on “Remington 7: part 2

  1. Tyler A. says:

    Understroke machines are a heap of fun, especially if you can touch type. Very well designed machines as well on the whole. Good work!

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