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Old 05-08-2010, 07:44 PM   #1
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i purchased a brn. medalist w/ser#19383T2,this should make it a 1962 build not a 1972 build! but they were not built until 1963??? my challenger is a u69 built in 1969 and would be u72 if built in 1972! also it does not have the dry fire function!!! thanks for any HELP!!!!!

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I am sure that someone will be along shortly who can answer your questions. In the mean time, how about going by the Introductions and telling us a little bit about yourself?

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thanks for this info! there is still something strange, the full ser# is 19383t2

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