Good man finding that my bro sniper. I like the way they make the barrels damn that is fast. Next trip to the fun shop in Mt. Dora Fl. I have to take picts of the old equipment they have in their museum of the 1800s barrel making equipment. Damn I am talking ancient compared to that technology.
Trying to think of the name of the shop but the original owner made guns for the mountain men. Took all his tooling opened shop in Fla. and they saved it, pretty dang interesting to see.
Oh hell here they are on Youtube. He knew Wild Bill Hitchcock, Buffalo Bill, Jim Bridger etc.. Axel Peterson retired to Fl. and set up shop..
That was bad ass like the other two.
Only thing is I kept hearing my radio calling me to OP27 for a "barrel not present" fault and a lube overtemp fault for the hammer forging station.
Not to mention the guy that runs the crowning machine just disappeared. Poof!