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Rothhammer1
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Expensive used Lyman 36
      #349231 - 14/01/21 04:35 AM



Here's an obviously used #36 for a mere $775. USD on Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Lyman-...x4AAOSwfNVf-9ih

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: Rothhammer1]
      #349232 - 14/01/21 09:41 AM

Hope they have a bunch. At thta price, there will be a run.

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: 85lc]
      #349236 - 14/01/21 01:49 PM

Can I order 6?

Oh never mind, I thought they were $77.50.

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LRF
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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: Daryl_S]
      #349239 - 14/01/21 09:10 PM

At that price I will just continue to make my own. I wish the seller good luck at that price.

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riflegunbuilder
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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: LRF]
      #349242 - 14/01/21 10:52 PM

LRF, do you make some? I have one on a rifle that is incomplete

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: riflegunbuilder]
      #349245 - 14/01/21 11:13 PM

Tulipmania...Tulip mania was a period during the Dutch Golden Age when contract prices for some bulbs of the recently introduced and fashionable tulip reached extraordinarily high levels, and then dramatically collapsed in February 1637. It is generally considered to have been the first recorded speculative bubble in history.

Dont laugh, ITS the craziness of 2020 Ive seen guys buying basic Glocks for $900+

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LRF
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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: riflegunbuilder]
      #349246 - 14/01/21 11:37 PM

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LRF, do you make some? I have one on a rifle that is incomplete



I believe you already know the answer to your question. Maybe you want to review your post at Lyman 36 parts

Did you get your rifle and did you take more pictures as you said?


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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: EDELWEISS]
      #349255 - 15/01/21 05:53 AM

Quote:

Tulipmania...Tulip mania was a period during the Dutch Golden Age when contract prices for some bulbs of the recently introduced and fashionable tulip reached extraordinarily high levels, and then dramatically collapsed in February 1637. It is generally considered to have been the first recorded speculative bubble in history.






That's how I feel about 'Bitcoin' and other 'crypto currencies'.

When I mention the tulip boom and bust of the 1630s, most people have no idea of that to which I refer. Vast fortunes were made and lost and Holland was plunged into an economic depression.

There have been, of course, other boom and bust scenarios involving indigo (for dyes), railroad stocks, the 'panic' of 1873, stock market crash of 1929... .

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: LRF]
      #349256 - 15/01/21 06:20 AM

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Maybe you want to review your post at Lyman 36 parts

Did you get your rifle and did you take more pictures as you said?





LRF:

Kudos! That is a wonderfully engineered and crafted bit of kit!

I'm guessing there's a whole lot of time involved and that it would not be viable to produce them for sale?

I'll take the liberty of reproducing images here from your posts regarding the 'LRF Model 36':

















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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: Rothhammer1]
      #349263 - 15/01/21 10:29 AM

Here is the one I made for my MS M1910


The breakdown of parts:


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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: LRF]
      #349264 - 15/01/21 10:35 AM

BTW. my 2 sights are not exact copies of the Lyman 36 as I have actually never seen one or held one. I have reviewed a lot of pictures but never touched one, so mine are not interchangeable and in fact I made a couple improvements in the way the Lyman one's work

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: LRF]
      #349267 - 15/01/21 12:08 PM

I shall go back and digest that earlier thread, to understand how the aperture arm gets out of the way when the MS bolt is cycled.

Interesting concept! ...and nicely executed, LRF.

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: Marrakai]
      #349276 - 15/01/21 02:29 PM

Quote:

I shall go back and digest that earlier thread, to understand how the aperture arm gets out of the way when the MS bolt is cycled.

Interesting concept! ...and nicely executed, LRF.




Thanks
The arm holding the aperture, is self centering and just swings out of the way in both direction as the bolt is cycled.


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Rothhammer1
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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: LRF]
      #349277 - 15/01/21 02:45 PM

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Here is the one I made for my MS M1910






That would look dandy on mine!

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Re: Expensive used Lyman 36 [Re: Rothhammer1]
      #349280 - 16/01/21 12:13 AM

LRF, it is in transport. Finally got an email yesterday. I will try to get pictures next week.

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