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Old 09-29-2009, 03:42 AM   #11
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This is fairly old pistol and it sounds like you are somewhat new to firearms. Best advice is to have the pistol checked by a gunsmith. The movement sounds normal but considering it is a 50 year old pistil I would have it checked out by a gunsmith before you purchase as there may be other wear issues that you are unable to see with limited expereince.

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Vearl and WDB, this thread was started in August 2008.

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