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    Ended up shooting the breeze with Gary back and forth today. Super nice guy and I think i'll get him to help out on the repro build. Good day.

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    I hear ya nutz.i got a question,,,, I got a a1 grip from sarco for under 5 bucks and I swear it looks like its been laying in a mudpit for years,,, not complaining but just curious where these have been.

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    Lots of takeoffs out there. 16's being upgraded in the late 80's. To be honest I don't recall where Sarco said the early 16 stocks came from I got one of. No trap door. Old stuff tho brother. Guess? South America. Lots of the left behind rifles in Nam ended up in Latin America. Know that doesn't help much but you know it's been around. I wouldn't think it came from an old beater from Basic?
    Ya gonna paint it?

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    yep, that's why I bought it, cause ya cant hurt it.going to steel wool it here in a minute. good luck on the 300 there and ,,, so ya got a tractor hmm,,,, cool.

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    over Monroe co. was watching a farmer bail hay with a 2 cyclinder kerosene tractor . it would go,,, go a few cycle and then boom, now that was a tough old tractor, iron wheels, and all!

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    Damn perry,haven't seen one of the the steel wheel tractors since going to the tractor pulls a while back. Mine is just a first year Ferguson TO-20 made before Henry Ford bought into it. Became the Ford Ferguson or vice a versa. Rubber tires. They killed a lot of people farming on mountains because of flipping back. Not that narrow front end or I wouldn't have bought it. Your kid work on tractors for gun parts? Made in the 1920's btw. The tractor.

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