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    Herp derp. An ax? Where is Warrior???


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    very true for a museum in Egypt

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    The certificate of authenticity just seals it for me!!! He should have mentioned the rare “polished bolt variant”, none of my vet bring backs have that. They are all blued.

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    Cain't ask fort a rarer 4th Reich gun......
    Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet.

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    Around 44 pictures posted for this masterpiece is far too low. This one is even rarer. Why becasue it "COMES WITH SEALED ACCESSORY BAGS, PAPERWORK, CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY, AND THE COLLECTOR BOX!"

    Didn't you hear that this piece left the factory this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior1354 View Post
    Around 44 pictures posted for this masterpiece is far too low. This one is even rarer. Why becasue it "COMES WITH SEALED ACCESSORY BAGS, PAPERWORK, CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY, AND THE COLLECTOR BOX!"

    Didn't you hear that this piece left the factory this way!

    No doubt an SS ceremonial model for Leibstandarte, what with the very rare, difficult to find, highly polished bolt.


    KJ

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    A BIN of $3k??? I think he'll be holding on to this piece for a while.

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