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Unread 09-02-2020, 09:17 PM   #1
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A less than dignified end for an old soldier...but a bit of the former glory remains.
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I wouldn't mind having it at a reasonable price; I've seen entire Test Eagles sell for not much
more- though they were somewhat "uglier".
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yes, I have looked at this a couple times - would be more 'exciting' if it had the toggle for that price
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The same vendor has another AE for sale https://www.gunbroker.com/item/875342359
He seems to be very clever with the lighting.
Are the number stamps on the trigger correct?
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The same vendor has another AE for sale https://www.gunbroker.com/item/875342359
He seems to be very clever with the lighting.
Are the number stamps on the trigger correct?
Lots of pictures of the top that looks pretty good; not so
many of the barrel and rest of the pitted areas and missing finish.

Pretty proud of that one too. JMHO.
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