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    Does anyone know the thread size and type for the peep site?


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    A large number of Cooeys were sent to Englandicon during the war as well.

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    Cooey M82

    So, I'm curious

    what does this symbol mean or indicate

    “C/I\”


    Thanks for any info.

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    C broad arrow is the ownership mark of the Canadianicon military.

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