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NEW HAVEN ARMS VOLCANIC CARBINE. Cal. 41.
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NEW HAVEN ARMS VOLCANIC CARBINE. Cal. 41. SN K283. Fine volcanic carbine, 21" oct bbl with integral magazine tube, German silver front sight blade with...


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