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Old August 11th, 2019, 08:39 PM #11
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Awesome. Congratulations.
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Old August 11th, 2019, 08:54 PM #12
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I'm curious as to how your friend was able to track the lineage. Impressive detective work! And a very nice gift. May we all be blessed with such friends.
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I'm curious as to how your friend was able to track the lineage. Impressive detective work! And a very nice gift. May we all be blessed with such friends.
I think he told me some of how he worked on that project, but I honestly didn't commit it memory.

And to be honest I have never really been that into carbines (because of market value). I know he did a lot of international collaborating with various resources in Europe. I just don't remember the specifics.

I was using his resource website on carbines for years before I started working with him.
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Great story, very good detective work by your friend. You're very fortunate to know him!
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I wonder how hard it is to trace the exact lineage of a firearm used in service. What a nice looking carbine with a cool story!
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I have a Bavarian and they can be some of the best as original rifles that did not get the post war rebuild process
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