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    The left side shots show it's an SG receiver since it has no locator hole, also the wide tang. Those do have the different slide groove termination

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    S'G' update for CC

    the need for a S'G' update for the CC club was a project they were looking for someone to do-someone here energetic I will be glad to share fotos of my orig s'g' carbines. and can help with club connections for their data I think

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    Did anyone yet step up to do one?
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    Is there anything different/special about a prime in the 3629 range?

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    Normally, not. They're in the serial range normally associated with S.G.. If it doesn't have the locator hole on the left side it's a transferred receiver.
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    No locator hole.


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    Ok, it's possibly one of the SG made ones. From what I've experienced people who know prefer the locator hole style receiver for S'G' just a bit more than the SG one.
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    Thank you.

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    What a great post. Thank you for the fascinating information.

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    Some 1.77s to 1.78s assembled together.


    The top one also has a flaming bomb in addition to the M2


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