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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Both USGI Bob and I have one like pictured.
    My mistake, I believe it was the Matrix Front Sight Tool to remove the pin we both have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Frank,
    I find it hard to believe he was able to torque on that allen wrench hard enough to bend the receiver, IF he did it all by hand.
    Both USGI Bob aDo you think he might have stuck the receiver in a vice ?
    Look for any damage/crush on the Op Slide spring housing
    Thank You Charlie, This is definitely not over. I know he does have a Vice, but I could only go with what he told me. I know he will bring it back and Thank You Again for giving me all the things and what to look for on his Receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    The 4th from the left looks kind of "skinny." - Bob
    The 2nd from the left makes me give it the fish eye. The colors look fine. Spring and some base patina look well aged (as in real) but the shape....
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    I'm still trying to figure out the bottoms on the leafs.
    4 or 5 edges.

    Looking at the Flips Number 5 caught my eye. Appears it doesn't have the first ledge like the others.
    I'm new to cropping and painting pics. Took me a frigging 1-1/2 hr+ to do this picture and I couldn't get it bigger. I did use a light filter so the area shows up better.

    Like my picture earlier in this thread... Are GI 4 or 5 sided on the bottom?
    Or both, just different maker methods ?

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    No light filtering on my linked pic.

    Here's the original:

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    Charlie I took close up Pictures so you can see them better. I would Never try to manipulate any photos of parts by adding different colors or trying to make them look different I only used the Flash. Nobody will get away posting Fake pictures here and calling them All OriginaI not with all the knowledge of Collectors here. I know most are fake but I know atleast there's 3 that are Real that I bought from Roger awhile back.
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    Am I right Bob ?
    Couldn't answer with a simple Yep! error: message too short! but, YEP!

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    Pics are good. I don't see anything damning in those pics. One leaf looks odd. Side views of flips tell the most about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    Pics are good. I don't see anything damning in those pics. One leaf looks odd. Side views of flips tell the most about them.
    Here are some with Side Views...There's 4 more I bought from the CMPicon Forum, but I'm still looking for them. They will pop up soon.

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