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    The first line of the advert does state "Unbelievable Rare and almost certainly the one only in existence".

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    Faz small parts and woodwork are commonly found, charging handles and forends in particular.

    I've never seen a Faz barrel and gas block, that would be interesting to upload for the group...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying10uk View Post
    The first line of the advert does state "Unbelievable Rare and almost certainly the one only in existence".
    Make of that what you will Geoff....
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