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Check this TM-1 out for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Carol Lister, May 7, 2009.

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  1. Carol Lister

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    That gun was sold this mirning
     
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    MIA. I shot some "mirning" Doves back at the Barn today.
     
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    D-man. My fave hunt is "mirning doves" and flooded timeber mallards.
     
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    What is the difference between the striped receiver TM-1 and the blued receiver?
     
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    1 extra setup on a milling machine.
     
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    That tells yo it is an older vintage and prob the first of the TM1s that came intothe country. Early70s likely.
     
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    Belive that the striped ones were called a comp IV. At least the first one that I owned in the late 70's was called that.
     
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