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    Where's the bolts?

    After the 1:00 mark it gets easier to see. Are they locked back, or just plain missing?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob R View Post
    After the 1:00 mark it gets easier to see. Are they locked back, or just plain missing?
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    The M-1's are locked open in the ready to load position. I guess they figured a closed bolt might frighten the "Anointed One", but I doubt he even knows the difference.




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    I'd bet missing. Ya know Obozo don't trust good Americans.
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    Yeah, like when in 2009 he commanded USNA graduates to remove their traditional swords and umbrellas for the first time in history.
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    if it was new york, mayor buttburg would not allow them to have the rifles at all.
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    When my brother attended Canoe U. (76-80) they were Dewats kept in their rooms. There was a simple maybe 3/8ths " wire rack on the wall with a strap and as I recall the padlock was theirs not issued. I doubt Bancroft Hall and the arrangement has changed.


 

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