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    FNC Sear on GB....Again

    Haven't seen one for awhile now and of course the price has gone up considerably since then. (NO it's not mine)
    - $13,500 Buy It Now.
    - 7 bids and just over 6G so far.
    Remember when there was 20 or 30 for sale at once?

    I did notice in the picture that the serial number on the sear and on the stamp - DO NOT MATCH?


    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/799909642

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    hah. they sure dont match. maybe he has 2 sears and put the wrong one on the pic. i dunno. would need to get that squared away though! hah.

    I do want to see what it eventually sells for. Havent seen any raw sears listed lately

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    My m10a1a model number doesnt match the form, neither does the manufacturer's city

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    Good catch on the sear number versus the canceled stamp!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishman View Post
    My m10a1a model number doesnt match the form, neither does the manufacturer's city
    That’s correct for a Texas M-10. I’m guessing they added the last (a) to distinguish between the semi auto guns they built and transferable full autos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas SMG View Post
    Good catch on the sear number versus the canceled stamp!

    That’s correct for a Texas M-10. I’m guessing they added the last (a) to distinguish between the semi auto guns they built and transferable full autos.
    Correct, the semis were M10A1S. MGs were M10A1A.

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    Do they normally look that rough?

    TBA Suppressors has one listed on their site for $11,500

    http://www.tbasuppressors.com/FN-FNC...Sear_p_31.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweersa View Post
    Do they normally look that rough?

    TBA Suppressors has one listed on their site for $11,500

    http://www.tbasuppressors.com/FN-FNC...Sear_p_31.html
    Good Lord, was the Gunbroker sear thrown down the driveway a couple of (or a couple hundred) times?

    The TBA sear looks more like the one in my FNC - obviously used, but not looking like someone hung it on a fishing line off a pier in the Gulf of Mexico for a week or two.

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