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    Thanks Denny............
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    That's as nice as they come.

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    I agree, that is a crisp one...

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    That is gorgeous!!

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    Very nice. Is the cleaning rod correct?

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    Nice one Ham,never used only dropped once

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    Quote Originally Posted by mto7464 View Post
    Very nice. Is the cleaning rod correct?
    It's an original German WW2 rod. Was it the one that came with it from the factory? We'll never know. The hood certainly is. The rod looks like a once mint rod that someone tried to remove with pliers and skinned up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone View Post
    It's an original German WW2 rod. Was it the one that came with it from the factory? We'll never know. The hood certainly is. The rod looks like a once mint rod that someone tried to remove with pliers and skinned up.
    It wasn't me using the pliers, Ham..... Honest!

    Great pictures!
    WANTED TO REPURCHASE!! WALTHER PISTOL MODEL PP - AC CODE - Ser. No. 382000P
    REWARD FOR INFO ABOUT THIS PISTOL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by denny gaither View Post
    It wasn't me using the pliers, Ham..... Honest!

    Great pictures!
    I know Denny, that goes without saying.

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