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Where can you find an operating slide Iver Johnson US carbine 22 model ew22hba?


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2005-11-09 22:27:13
2005-11-09 22:27:13

Parts are very scarce for this 'Erma' of West Germany made gun. Some parts do show up on Ebay.

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