Ol'Thunder's FN 1900 (from Italy)

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Ol'Thunder's FN 1900 (from Italy)

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Here are pictures of Ol'Thunder's very well taken care of FN 1900. Fantastic rifle Fabrizio!
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Wow, a real beaut!
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Nice, looks like it just came from the factory! Great stuff.

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Oh Wow! That is one strack looking FN 1900. Very fine. It doesn't get much better than that one.
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