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Old 07-31-2020, 08:59 PM
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Default Pre-War Long Action N-Frame Hammer

Aside from learning some interesting things and seeing some neat items I realize I will have to make a facsimile of a King Cock-eyed Hammer. For this purpose I will need an extra hammer in order to keep the original...original. Anyone with information on the availability of said hammer would be appreciated. I've tried a few outlets and they are scarce in their own way or priced accordingly.

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