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Photos of Top Gun NJ’s rental fleet

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Here are two of Mike Galvin’s pictures of the rental fleet at Top Gun.

From looking at this picture it appears there were three different styles of engraving.
*The smallest style/lighter ”TOP GUN” found on the Sniper 1 with the reversible feedneck posted below.
*The slightly larger/bolder blocky style “TOP GUN” shown on the sniper 2s on the left of the picture.
*The very large/bold ”TOP GUN” found on the sniper 2s on the right of this picture.

Many of these Sniper 2s look like they have sniper 1 back blocks as well. Probably better for preventing user error and loosing the bolt pin out of the back block.

Mike has a few more classic Top Gun pictures I will be posting and there are two more articles I will be posting over the next couple of days.
Also, I keep saying this but finishing up a couple videos to post as well.

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