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    Looks like somebody got pretty happy with their "T" stamp...

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    Auction photos show the scope bracket caps are number 1, 2, but the bracket is numbered 66, 67. Front pad screws have either loosened or not been staked in place in their new position.


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    Ha ha ha...! That "T" stamp can be seen from the Dark Side of the Moon!

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