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    I am sure you didn't charge for that range testing service!

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    Yes, the welded bar is present. It’s a sling bar as far as I know.

    Charged for time but not ammo.

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    It doesn’t have the horizontal sling bar welded on like your picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Dickicon View Post
    First time I've ever fired a grease gun.
    Yes they are neat. Running about 300-350RMP they can be singled or doubled without effort and shoot great. I had a Guide Lamp gun too and ten mags. Every time we went shooting it was empty in about fifteen minutes. The suppressors are also about as quiet as anything imaginable.
    Regards, Jim

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    The front sling bar is attached to the round receiver above the magazine. The spot welded bar was to protect the magazine button from being
    being struck and releasing or dropping down the magazine. This was not done on US M3 submachine guns in US service as there was a new
    magazine assembly that could be attached to the M3 to protect the magazine button (or catch)


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