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I saw this one at Knob-Creek. I couldn't get photos of the markings, but from what I recall, they indicated that the rifle had been manufactured in Spain. Anyone know anything about them?

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There's definitely a screw-head there. Apparently, the op-rod on this one is a two-piece unit. Also, the trigger-housing bottom appears to be 100% machined from billet (not forged & machined)

This was NOT a Denix "resin replica". I operated the op-rod, which retracted the bolt. It was 100% wood and steel, but I could tell it was an "aftermarket" copy of some sort, kind of like a late Universal M1-Carbine.
 

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OK...

After further Googling of "Denix", it seems that in addition to "resin replicas", they also made a metal & wood Garand, with the metal being cast zinc (pot-metal). Also, Denix is apparently located in Spain.

Mystery solved!

Thanks Deputy Dan!

-Bean
 
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