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Unread 08-29-2016, 07:46 PM   #1
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What percent still survives today? Was one issued for each gun?
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I'd say the stained glass window is the rarer...
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Its stone!
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Its stone!
Wow, a stone, stained glass window. That kind is the rarest!

Given I don't own either, yet alone ever seen or touched either of those marvelous shoulder stocks, I proclaim them both the rarest... to me.
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The Navy is more rare and so more expensive than the Artillery. That is if both are original. Many repros out there. Boill
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Thanks Bill, each was purchased from George Anderson, my luger guardian!!
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Gerry did the leather and duel mag pouch!!! The holster board and navy cleaning rod was Georges~
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