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2007-12-27 08:29:20
2007-12-27 08:29:20

You can find information right here on WikiAnswers. You have a Magnum 12 ga shotgun made in 1969. Ask your questions, and we will try to assist. If we can't provide what you need we should be able to tell you how and where to get it.

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