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Posted: 4/11/2002 8:19:47 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/11/2002 1:33:46 PM EDT by Hermit]
I also posted this in the pistol cal forum but wanted more of you to get a chance to see this rare piece. I have a verbal it was a bushy proto and some were made in Maine. I'm writting them.

It was built 1983 by T Totman. Preban of course, folding stock, flash suppressor, 3 converted sten mags with a nifty loader. I just shot 3 mags with no sights and all in a beercan size hole, flawless operation. Sn is TT6x, marked "T Totman Oakland Maine 1983"
Hermit
http://www.kynd.net/~hermit/pru.jpg
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Link Posted: 4/11/2002 10:35:47 AM EDT
looks like someone built it in their garage.

pretty neat though....
Link Posted: 4/11/2002 1:01:22 PM EDT
He very well could have! It's done nice, simple and rugged when you get up close and does it shoot. Bolt is square, massive and rides parralel guide rods. Sn in the 60's, small mfg in Maine and PREBAN. I don't have any paper documentation on the "verbal proto for bushy part" and understand their protos of that era were different. I don't know, don't know much about AR's. If someone can shed some light please do. Hermit
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