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Top is the Model 14 that I got in 1983 and the bottom photo shows the Model 1-8 I picked up from Gary at the shop in 1997.

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Ted,

Thanks for joining us last night for the Randall discussion.  These are both great examples and the stories of how you ended up with them are priceless!

Thanks Jan!

Nice!  Thanks for posting the great pictures!  Ill need to dig out the BearBowie now....

Always liked that model 14.

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