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Had this beauty for a couple years after buying in 1995. Fleming Firearms push pin registered receiver built on an HK94 receiver (i think)
Flawless performance and demonstrates a trend setter back in the day. Alas, she is now with another owner... :frown:

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nice. so sad she is gone. wonder where she is now?
She is still down here in Florida, but I stay away for reasons, well you know. LOL
 

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Great pics and thanks for posting. I knew that Fleming did some regular "K"s out of RR guns but this is the first reverse stretch I've heard of.
 

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Great pics and thanks for posting. I knew that Fleming did some regular "K"s out of RR guns but this is the first reverse stretch I've heard of.
Same here. I knew Bill was one of the first (if not thee first) to do a reverse-stretch, but never seen one as a RR let alone a push-pin conversion.
 

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Same here. I knew Bill was one of the first (if not thee first) to do a reverse-stretch, but never seen one as a RR let alone a push-pin conversion.
There's a reverse stretch in Beverly Hills Cop 2, which would have been filmed sometime in late '86, I've always wondered who made it.

 
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