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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 15:39 pm 
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hmm a bit nicer then the one I found


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Yes a .30cal breech block/ bolt with a chunk missing at the angled end. Need to have a closer examination.


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Theres nothing missing from it, the angle looks more pronounced as the extractor lever has corroded sloid to the breech face. If the end was cleaned up, you would see the breech face with the lever protruding forward.


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Found out today, that the place were I found it was occupied in October 1944 by 501 Regiment 101 Airborne


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