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Virtually all of its original blue with possible slight wear on the edges. Absolutely no rust freckling anywhere. Wood with all of its original high-gloss finish, some very minor light scratches could be acceptable but absolutely no chips or cracks. Screw slots not buggered. No added recoil pads, or any other modifications.


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