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Where can you find parts and information on Revelation 22 bolt action rifles?

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2008-10-18 22:46:50
2008-10-18 22:46:50

Revelation was a trade name marketed by Western Auto. If you have a model number, I may be able to cross-reference it to the manufacturer.

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