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With questions like this, I always think it's best to take it to a local gun shop and get the opinion of a (real) gunsmith. Gunsmiths that aren't very good tend not to stay in business, so pick one that's been around a while. Pictures are helpful, but there's nothing like holding the gun in your hand to help with diagnosis.

Gun shows and used car lots have much in common. It takes experience to make a good choice, but much of that comes from having made a few bad ones along the way. We've all been there.

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Trad A. Non
 
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