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    looks like i didn't get a wide enough angle with my cell phone. if i remember right left pic is SG and right one is FG. will take better pics soon.

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    Sure, take a look at some other posts and you'll see what pics usually go up...for details...
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    ok here we go again. had to change phones awhile ago and this one suks for pic quality but.......
    the first number on the reciever is a 3. kinda hard to see. all pics of parts are on the FG
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Sure, take a look at some other posts and you'll see what pics usually go up...for details...
    NOW you tell me! ok, i will do that thanks.

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    bbl on FG
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    mas pics
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    They're both typical 'shooter' mix masters. That's not a bad thing. The middle picture in post #16 shows the stock to be a CMPicon repro. Not a bad thing either. That stamp is not military. And they do say they will use new wood stocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    That stamp is not military.
    No...it even says CMPicon...
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    right. no doubt its a CMPicon. but i bought an old one i am refinishing and it has a P in a circle on the handgrip. whats that mean?
    also whats the consensus on the marlin bbl? i read a lot of diff. stuff on it such as if it is after 1950? its a good accurate one and that they made a very limited number of em. anything else? thanks

    also #2....on the pics i tried to make the serial #s visible. any opinions on who made em and when etc etc

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