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    Default At least 100 rare transferable machine guns soon up for grabs (PHOTOS)

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    I suppose you have several picked out already. I would be very happy with that poor old little Winchester M14. Will be some bucks laid down there. I imagine 95% of those goods already spoken for, as to collectors knowing which they want, and ready to spend for them. Wonder if they all became available from same place or just waiting for auction of this type ?
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    I wonder if Mel Bernstein (AKA Dragon Man) will be there and bid? Or, could some of these possibly be from his collection?
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