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Default Test Eagle #6312

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For your entertainment, U.S. Army Test Eagle #6312
The strawing has certainly been "touched up" but she is otherwise a 104 year old beauty. My photographic skill leaves a great deal to be desired, but I've looked at this under 3X magnification and halogen light (The O.R. lights and my operating loupes, I'm a vascular surgeon) and the bluing passes my "mag light test". It has flaming bomb proofs in the frame well and on the pommel of the magazine.

Nice deep Eagle

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Flaming bomb on magazine

Frame well with flaming bomb, photo leaves a little to the imagination.

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