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    Sterling Ads - 1983

    I found a few ads from 1983 that I thought you guys might enjoy. Here's the mark 6:
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    And the MK-7:
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    Neat ad's. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very nice Dave. P.S. I haven't forgotten
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    MK 6/7 ads

    I know it's likely a guarded secret, but I'd sure love to know where a person bumps into items like these. Wonderful !! Note the barrel mt. at the reciever end, I wonder if they were deliberately depicting the MK4 for heritage purposes, or if it is in fact a MK 8 gun? Neat pics....

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    Quote Originally Posted by clossinpdx
    I know it's likely a guarded secret, but I'd sure love to know where a person bumps into items like these. Wonderful !! Note the barrel mt. at the reciever end, I wonder if they were deliberately depicting the MK4 for heritage purposes, or if it is in fact a MK 8 gun? Neat pics....
    The ad states in the bottom left that the gun is "Shown with display barrel". The MK6 came with a bolt on receiver end identical to the MK4 for use with the display barrel. Very similar in concept to the UZI dummy barrel.
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    display bbl.

    As you've seen on the forum, I have a MK 6 to sell, do the display barrels and their accompanying mount ever surface in the likely places?

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    It was these ads from the early- and mid-80's along with a PGK article that introduced me to the Sterling. Thanks for the nostalgia!
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    Quote Originally Posted by clossinpdx
    As you've seen on the forum, I have a MK 6 to sell, do the display barrels and their accompanying mount ever surface in the likely places?
    VERY rarely do MK6 parts surface
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