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Posted: 9/11/2010 11:18:42 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/11/2010 11:47:03 AM EDT by N4KVE]
Today at the local funshow there were plenty of Draco's. Asking price $349-$400. All were made in July or August 2010. But there were 2 types. Most were stamped on the left side of the receiver DRACO C. On these guns the trunnions were marked with a year & ser # along with the triangle with the arrow pointing up, like in the "G" kits. For example 1968 1234, or 1969 1234, or 1984 1234. The Draco's that didn't have the letter "C" on the left side of the receiver next to DRACO had no year on the trunnion. For example a ser # of AB 2027 10. So is a Draco C made from old cut up military rifles, while a Draco is made from new parts? Again both types of guns were built within the last 2 months. Anyone know the deal on this? Also, none of either version had Tapco G2 marked trigger groups, so I assume all the Draco's are now using original imported FCG's. While I didn't buy any, I could go back tomorrow. GARY N4KVE
Link Posted: 9/11/2010 3:19:35 PM EDT
Did you read the thread below? Don't think there is any more info other than that.

http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=4&f=98&t=130765
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