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Judging from the fit and finish of those pictures that is an amalgam of GI surplus and poorly made local components. The buttress threads on the barrel look good but other items look like Pakistani souvenir type junk. The door on the buttplate for example. On a GI gun it fits like the sideplates of an old S&W revolver, this one, not so much. Both TSMGs I have reveal machining marks here and there but nothing like that. J
 

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Oh, My Gracious! Yep, I'd say the only thing does look good is the threads. The rifling did clean up some, but it's still hard to tell. Thanks for posting this for a good laugh. I wonder what the seller expects to get for it. :icon23:

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the fact that he is calling it a 1928 kit speaks for itself - sadly, some one will jump on it for big $$ I am sure - ultra rare model 1928 don't you know ?
 
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