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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    I like it better with the solid trigger and guard.
    If I had to carry it, I'd fully agree with you, but from a curiosity standpoint, the folding trigger is more interesting.

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    The folding trigger types are cool and iconic. Like to find one sometime. Mine is an early officer's model. Not nearly as nice as RCS's, but interestingly has the De Lauso hammer block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    If I had to carry it, I'd fully agree with you, but from a curiosity standpoint, the folding trigger is more interesting.
    I've a 1874 model. I didn't like the folding trigger to gaze upon, but it makes it fit a slim holster better.

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    I got a holster for it. Seller claimed it was WWI but the Grey indicates WWII to me.








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