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Rebel Executive, brass nelson in briefcase

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I have been pretty overwhelmed the last few days but starting to get caught up now. A load of 13 packages went out today and one more from the weekend is still waiting to get sent out hopefully tomorrow.

Coming up this week I will be posting a few more Top Gun NJ articles, some patches, and hopefully some of the information I am beginning to put together on classic sniper serial numbers.

In the meantime though, here is a brass classic you don’t see too often (or ever?)…A Rebel Executive. This was a team gun from the Unknown Rebels out of London, Ontario Canada and was owned by Murray Wagler who I purchased it from.

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