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    I am looking for my Stolen Nk 68 magazine.

    Looking for stolen north Korean mag
    I am looking for one of my magazine's. It is a NORTH KOREAN type 68 magazine with the flat back. It has Brown or tan rack numbers on the bottom.
    Someone swapped it for a rusty chicom magazine at a gun show. I know who did it but i am looking for the magazine. I have pictures somewhere but i can not currently find them.
    The person that did it exclusively sells on the internet. After knowing this person for about 7 years. I found out that he never gave me his real name. This individual is likely on this site and defiantly on the files.
    I dont know his handle that he uses. If he did this to me then he has been selling others stolen property too.

    If anyone has any information please post or pm me. I know they are vary uncommon by them selves and with the rack numbers almost non existent. Because of this i hope to find it one day. If someone alredy has it witch i suspect is the case. I would even consider buying it back.
    Thanks.
    **** looking for a red bakelite buttstock for the stamped IACO 56, unnumered Chinese red bakelite bayonet with brass pin, and crome belt clip.****

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    Have any luck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman View Post
    Have any luck?
    No luck yet.
    This is one of those things it may take years. Years ago I was able to retrieve a motor cycle that had been stolen 3 or 4 years earlier. It just takes a lot of patience.
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    **** looking for a red bakelite buttstock for the stamped IACO 56, unnumered Chinese red bakelite bayonet with brass pin, and crome belt clip.****

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    I hope it works out for you

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    He's definitely on the Files?? or "defiantly" ? What's his name there?
    Bigrog210

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    I'll definitely keep my eyes and ears open

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    In the mean time dog shit under his car door handles will identify his food group.
    needs moar AK

    or beer


 

 

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