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Now I am really confused, Scott. I commented on the thread for the s/n 403 about the stamping for the USP and S/N. Now I see s/n 058 and it looks like the USP, MODEL and the S/N were stamped prior to final preparation and finishing leaving all 3 stampings weaker than they would be if stamped after all the manufacturing was done. So now my question would be: Why is the serial number stamping on #403 stronger (and showing raised metal) than the USP stamp on both guns and the serial number on #058? Thanks again.
 

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Scott Gahimer said:
She's not perfect condition-wise. But she's all original and certainly good enough to keep. This gun was won in a poker game at the end of WWII in France and brought back home.
I love stories of how a gun was acquire, thank you sir for sharing.

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How refreshing to see a pair of real Singers. All I see these days is cobbled up put together dogs!!!

There is one on Auction Arms that an example of of my rant.

Thanks Scott for the good photos, and for sharing your prize.. I love guns that tell a story!!!!!! :D

John H.
 
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