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    #1oilman: Thanks for mentioning this auction but I'm pretty sure those are the later type magazine which seem to be readily available. If you look back at jmoore's earlier post in this thread you'll see the difference. And Mr. Moose- I'm not sure why I hadn't put a WTB on CGN but I'm going to do it today. In the meantime I've followed englishman.ca's lead and made myself a wooden dummy mag for display purposes. The rifle looks better after a very light oily rag cleanup and I'm going to resist any temptation to clean it aggressively. I think it's quite original. Regards.



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