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    What an incredibly generous offer Sir. Thank you so much PM sent. I hope I can repay the favor someday.

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    Yes, only the very early WWII trench guns had the six row handguard. Most were of the four row variety.

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    The gun I purchased SR# 894964 has a 30" full choke barrel that I am not going to cut. If anyone has experience with them,What is the opinion of the after market barrels being sold by Numrich? Also so for a conversion I`m thinking all I need for parts would be the bayonet mount/heat shroud, barrel, rear swivel, sling and magazine plug? I already have an extra 1917 bayonet.


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