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One of Mikes first civilian guns built just as he was leaving the Marine Corp. I can't count how many tens of thousands of rounds have been through this pistol. It still sounds and feels like a sewing machine. First in it's competition clothing and dusted with unburnt bullseye powder and second in it's current configuration where it has been relieved of target duties.

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Cool piece! That's one thing about these old customs and vintage competition guns, it seems that their accuracy is the last thing to go and they still make great shooters even after they've been put out to pasture.
 
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