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Thanks, Kirby. Hadn't seen that for a while. Looks like a very cool museum to visit, too. I just checked out their website here: http://fagenfighterswwiimuseum.org/index.html

There is also a nice promo video on the site. This is the youtube direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_2XBmsrWAo

On that video, there is a close up shot of part of their D-Day landing display, with a "soldier" manning a 1919A4. It's a dummy gun. How can I tell? Well, from the video you can't. I just happen to know a guy who built it for them... :eek:
 

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Thanks, Kirby. Hadn't seen that for a while. Looks like a very cool museum to visit, too. I just checked out their website here: http://fagenfighterswwiimuseum.org/index.html

There is also a nice promo video on the site. This is the youtube direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_2XBmsrWAo

On that video, there is a close up shot of part of their D-Day landing display, with a "soldier" manning a 1919A4. It's a dummy gun. How can I tell? Well, from the video you can't. I just happen to know a guy who built it for them... :eek:
Hmmmm....I think I know that guy too! LOL :D
 
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