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Very good and accurate report. It was designed by the late Bob Hillberg and actually made by Bellmore Johnson tool company.

The frame is an aluminum casting but there are also machined parts.

There is a pretty good book titled, The Whitney Wolverine by Antonio Talglienti and publlished by Andrew Mobray.

The Blue Book lists $625 for a blue gun in 100% condition. I think that is way low.

There was a big article in "The American Rifleman" in the late 80s
 

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/\ I always thought (told/read) it was made with stamped parts. - what I read recently - I was wrong, learn something new every day but (LOL) retention is apparently - less 😎
 
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