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Bert - 405 Highwall
March 22, 2020
6:38 pm
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Did I give you all of the information you need to add this gun to your survey?

March 22, 2020
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Chuck said
Did I give you all of the information you need to add this gun to your survey?  

Chuck,

I am not adding it to the survey because I am relatively certain that it is not factory original.

Bert

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March 22, 2020
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I agree with you Bert.  Just make note of the serial number.   I do have a question about the forend.  Is there a difference underneath where the machine cuts were done?  Most that I have looked at have a much deeper and longer cut.  Did this cut change when the spring type was changed?  What made you think this was once an octagon forend?

Here is the only picture of the underside.

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