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The stocks were numbered around the pistol grip area. Was that all sanded off? It seems hard to find an all correct gun. The bands and just about every bit and piece of metal were numbered. For me, the trick is not finding a perfect gun. The problem is the guns that dont measure up to collector grade (for lack of a better word) that is priced accordingly.

You may want to look down the inside of the barrel too. Pitted and worn would not be a showstopper for me,but is bore condition be reflected in the price.

I dont see $1000 there. I was looking at one worse today for $1500!! Sanded to heck and forced match on many parts. I am at a loss. You would think with 3 million produced the dog examples would sell for less?

Obviously I cannot help with the $$$. I put a watch on this discussion.
 
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