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Where can you find a TruGlo front sight that would fit a Baikal IZH-27EM 1C?

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2006-02-16 16:05:50
2006-02-16 16:05:50

You can find the TruGlo sight at Bass Pro Shops. Bought it last year for my Baikal izh 27em-1c. Good Luck.

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