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    Couple shots with bayonet and bayonet markings.

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    Now the only thing you need to do to make it look original is (unfortunately) paint the business end of it red. All the Canadianicon issue M17s were painted with red to differentiate them from the P14s which were still kicking around here and there. That said, would I do that to that stock? No........


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    Well done! It's great to see one brought back.

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