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    CMPicon may or may not have any info on the rifle. If possible see if original owner has the paperwork. That's will raise the value of the rifle significantly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orlando View Post
    CMPicon may or may not have any info on the rifle. If possible see if original owner has the paperwork. That's will raise the value of the rifle significantly
    The owner was 89. He had so many guns, he couldn't remember where each came from. I will have to rely on CMP. I am prepared for disappointment.


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