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Assembled by John Jovino's Czech gunsmith in queens. Doubt it has the recoil pads that are (debatably) required.

John Jovino itself had an interesting rise and fall and is worth looking up. I spent my teens and twenties going in there and watched it descend into a shell of its former self firsthand. It was owned by the Imperato family from Jersey at one point and run by an elderly Chinese chap named Charlie until it closed. He'd rather pull out his own teeth than talk to anyone that wasn't a cop or a visiting dignitary from some overseas dictatorship. You'd always see diplomatic cars parked out front when the UN was in session and toughs loading fresh glock boxes into the trunk. It was truly a sketchy place in the end.

A good article from one of our street historians.


Anyway, I'd personally sell the JJCO rifle and find a good complete wartime Lithgow if it was me. They're often more trouble than they're worth.
 
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