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    don't forget some gas traps were converted to gas port M1icon's

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    I see this many.... (The rifles and the photo are NOT mine)

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    Tom in NJ is correct, three gas trap rifles. The third is second from left that is standing, note the curved angle on the operating rod and with the early fluted
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