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    Kerr NOBUCKL

    Just got one for my RA M1917





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    Exellent find. Looks new! I have an extra around but can't bring myself to part with it. I think they run about $100, did you get a good deal?
    Regards, Jim

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    $80.00,...Big E Gun Show...another one was there $95.00..this looked more "original"!
    Thanks, Andy

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    Talking Now just flip her over....

    ...so she's mounted right and you'll be set.
    Chris

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