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Unread 06-27-2019, 05:32 PM   #1
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Ever see a A&D latch and a Push Button latch on the same forearm? Take a look at the 28 gauge Repro 2 barrel set on Carol Watson auction in Ca next month. PS. Proxibid.
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Tom, can you post a hyperlink?





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Tom, can you post a hyperlink?





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Here ya go.

https://www.proxibid.com/Firearms-Mi...69936#topoflot
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I’ll bet the “push-button” is a non-functioning embellishment to suit someone’s fancy. The BTFE has the reinforcing rod or screw so it wouldn’t be very difficult to weld a fake push button to the screw.

It would be a turn-off for me.





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It looks to me as if the forend drawbolt may just not be screwed in and is sticking out. There is not a good enough photo that I can see to tell for sure.
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Agree with Brian: forend screw protruding. (But one has to wonder why)
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It looks to me as if the forend drawbolt may just not be screwed in and is sticking out. There is not a good enough photo that I can see to tell for sure.
Exactly
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