Very nice find Mark. I have a question for the Board. Does the value increase if the property numbers had been the same on the grip strap and the mag? If you have the complete rig with the extra matching mag how much does the value increase? Any input would be appreciated because I know the rig LLoyd found is very difficult to find.
Mark, I have studied the eagle/swastica very closely and have come to the conclusion that some of the earlier serial numbered KM 1934 with O property numbers are smaller than the later Km 1934. Also the eagle does not have a line to seperate the legs as other ones do. Has anyone else made this observation? Why would there be different eagle/swastica variations? Thanks Bob
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