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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    You did well on those two! - Bob
    Oh, seriously? Good news then.

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    I would be interested in the overall length of those - unsnapped - and from end to end. They seem to vary by as much as 4-5 inches from what I've seen so far. Thanks! - Bob

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    Pulled tightly, one is 49-3/4". The other is 49-1/2".

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    49 1/2" to 49 3/4" Naaah,
    Still not big enough for GI Bob to use as a belt

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    Pulled tightly, one is 49-3/4". The other is 49-1/2".
    I wish the ones I have were that shorter length. The (2) C Tips in this picture measure 52" overall, but with the snap closed are about 49 inches. According to Riesch's book, that's still within specs. I'd rather have them look more like the D Tip at the top of the picture when "snugged up" on my Carbine. The D Tip measures about 49" OAL. Thanks for measuring them - at first I thought mine might be for a gun other than an M1icon Carbine. - Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    49 1/2" to 49 3/4" Naaah,
    Still not big enough for GI Bob to use as a belt

    Careful Charlie, Your buddy Bruce has been lurking here today. I could sick him on you! Actually, GI Bob can still see his belt buckle (at least when he looks in the mirror!). Plus, my ladders don't have paint dripped all over them! - Bob

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    Bob,
    In all honesty, I probably washed more paint off of me than you'd buy in a lifetime...... seriously.



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    Last edited by painter777; 06-18-2018 at 06:35 PM. Reason: Give Bob Crap
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