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The US pilot who brought the M1911A1 home, won 2 pistols on the Liberty Ship cruise home in 1945.
He said they used cigarettes as money and pistols as well.
Ive already posted the M1934 KM Mauser, this is the P38 he won.
In 1979, I gave him $700.00 for a P38, M1911A1, M1934, and a byf41 P08, [I sold].
Pics of P38, and KM M1934 [again]
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At last</u>....a vet who told the truth!

When this gun was reported in Dec 1997, I was told that it had a "WaA359" stamp on it?...check it over for me, please?

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At last</u>....a vet who told the truth!

When this gun was reported in Dec 1997, I was told that it had a "WaA359" stamp on it?...check it over for me, please?

Orv


Orvel L. Reichert
P O Box 67
Vader WA 98593
360 245 3492 tel
360 245 3702 fax
360 520 6520 cel
[email protected]

Quote..... I once had a rose named after me and I was very flattered. But I was not pleased to read the description in the catalogue . "No good in a bed, but fine against a wall." ~~~~Eleanor Roosevelt
 
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