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Where can you purchase just the clip for a Winchester Model 69?

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2009-07-24 16:23:48
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Gunpartscorp.com has them 15.00 plus shipping clips fit models 52 56 57 69 69a 75 also can be found on ebay I found them at brownells.com for $10.50, each.

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