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Re: 1873

Posted by Dick Hosmer on Friday, 3 November 2017, at 10:57 a.m., in response to 1873, posted by hunter thompson on Sunday, 29 October 2017, at 11:17 p.m.

All close numbers are rifles, so that makes me suspect, that the "bone" (and I have absolutely NO clue as to what the gentleman is describing) has something to do with a cut-down stock.

An interesting thought occured to me - SRS did not "code" stars - so how does that affect a search given that we know (or VERY strongly believe) that there are no duplicated numbers? IF the SRS records somehow 'omit' ALL starred arms (perhaps by virtue of the units possessing them not having been reviewed at time of use) how would we know? If they were not checked back in the day, a gun which "should" be a rifle, could actually be a carbine.

Has anyone ever found a number in SRS which, by physical inspection, has a star?

Another thought, that is a pretty low number to have a star - in fact, it MIGHT be the lowest I've ever heard of. The further I go the more my head hurts.

More than meets the eye here.


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