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    Default MP44

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    Something about this weapon looks dicked with. I have seen quite a few MP-43's and have not seen one with so many phosphate parts. The lower looks like it was replaced perhaps for repairs. The staked pin that retains the lower (trigger housing) looks like it was ground out replaced and reblued in that area. These must have been serviceable to an extent. Other pins appear to have been disturbed

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