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  1. Skot281??

    Skot281?? New Member

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    Is it blasphemous to take a 80-90% condition 1958 Browning and turn it into a semi full house custom? I'd like to turn it into something worthy of passing from generation to generation.
     
  2. saxman

    saxman Burninating the peasants

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    it's your money, enjoy it. Who cares what the purists think.
     
  3. 01_Cruiser

    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    If you dont think it's something worthy of passing from generation to generation right now, they you dont deserve it!



    j/k, it's your gun, do whatever you want to with it.
     
  4. Painkiller

    Painkiller Sometimes remembering is better than forgetting

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    If it's a original browning I'd keep it original.
     
  5. NEp8ntballer

    NEp8ntballer New Member

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    who are we to judge when you don't even post pics? My opinion, leave it how it is. Get a newer model and turn it into a semi full house custom to pass along. Who knows what the 1958 will be worth in 20 years... maybe it can be your retirement plan...
     
  6. JaimeZX

    JaimeZX Formerly of :Sep 2001: fame - Also: Sprout Crew OT Supporter

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    Post pics.

    It's your gun. Do what you like! If it were a 1938 Browning, that'd be something else, IMHO. But seriouslah, if you wanna custom it out, I'm interested to see how that goes. :bigthumb:
     

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