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No more need for this stuff.

Someone might want it for $80.00 shipped. Best way to contact me is via e-mail, particularly now as I close out all this stuff. PM's may be full, and some folks tell me lots of them do not get through at all.

I do check PM's here, but I check my e-mail several times each day.

To view the photos best, it's prudent to sign in to flickr.com with any Yahoo i.d. One can then navigate, enlarge, and so on. Flickr.com pro is the most sophisticated and stable photo sharing on the web, and I pay for it to give exactly the access required.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/44009756684/in/photostream

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/44676962502/in/photostream

Put it all in a rather nice black nylon case.

Muzzle gauge is the old CMP style. Instructions are legible and usable.

The circlip pliers is modified for spreading handguard bands onto lower handguards (no, they are NOT called "clips"), but of course I drilled out my tool holes before mounting. They don't do much good working to put the guards on the barrels....

Gas cylinder gauge is the 3-pack, and re-marked. The gas cylinder lock and lock screw tool is civilian.

The photos tell the tale.

Used to carry this stuff with me to appraise and assess M1's and sometimes other firearms from estates, private parties, dealers, and for a while, "gun shows". My M14 TEG is already gone, and so are some of the other instruments and gauges.

I will throw in my calipers micrometer if someone WANTS it and ASKS for it.

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