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Initials on a Gang Green Bushmaster Receiver

I asked Doug Hallenbrook if he noticed a similar pattern of Initials stamped in various spots on his Gang Green Bushmaster. 

Line SI Receiver with Stamped Initials

Doug looked over his Bushmaster and sent me this picture of the initials “DD” stamped on the passenger (right) side of his receiver/grip frame. From information I gatherned from Marcus Neely, the initals “DD” likely were from Gang Green member Doc Davies.

Picture courtesy Doug Hallenbrook.

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