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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Nice rifle--- you mean the buttstock "backplate" is serialized (not the stock itself)???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFL View Post
    It's a factory push pin. Everything on this rifle is original. It was just a matter of the push pin accidentally being put in backwards. Here you go!

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    My bad!!!! I could have sworn I was looking at same side of pin in pics of both sides of gun..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf82313 View Post
    My bad!!!! I could have sworn I was looking at same side of pin in pics of both sides of gun..........
    No worries at all, mate. I was the [email protected] who put the pushpin in backwards. Just shows how amazingly detailed you all are when reviewing these rare rifles!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Needs original furniture!!!

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    Apologies--- @Sammy has/had wooden furniture similar to this (minor differences in the forearm configuration and non-matching backplate):

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/hk-long-...condition.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFL View Post
    It's a factory push pin. Everything on this rifle is original. It was just a matter of the push pin accidentally being put in backwards. Here you go!

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    Agreed--- and most samples that I have seen do not even have the "push pin" itself!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Agreed--- and most samples that I have seen do not even have the "push pin" itself!!!

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    Thanks, Tony. It really is a rare breed and I do hope someone on here gets to enjoy it. She's a beauty and should end up with someone who appreciates it. It's rifles like this that make me wish that I was running a museum and not a business. It would look amazing hanging on a wall somewhere to be envied.

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