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    Some sort of Sterling variant?

    Found this old print at an estate sale. The "CND" suggests some of sort of Canadianicon project?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surpmil View Post
    Found this old print at an estate sale. The "CND" suggests some of sort of Canadianicon project?
    That's the gun that used a helical feed system similar to the Calico, there are pictures of it firing in the Nelson/Musgrave Machine pistols Attachment 95544series from the late 60's early '70s.

    Yes it was Canadian, but not related to Sterling.

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    Douglass Recoilless. 1960s Canadian bullpup SMG with a helical mag. : ForgottenWeapons

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    That particular gun IS IN CANADA...
    It is a most fascinating bit of kit!!!


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    Hmmm, Yes it was Canadianicon, but not related to Sterling,well that's kinda cool.
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