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Majer

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Re: And the usual BS.
« Reply #10 on: December 12, 2021, 05:30:23 PM »
During WW2 when the NAZI's invaded Belgium the blue prints were smuggled to Canada and the Inglis company started manufacturing the P-35,That's the canadian link.
 
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Re: And the usual BS.
« Reply #11 on: December 13, 2021, 01:04:26 AM »
During WW2 when the NAZI's invaded Belgium the blue prints were smuggled to Canada and the Inglis company started manufacturing the P-35,That's the canadian link.

Yes, they were .
Won't do Springfield a bit of good though.
Did any one wonder why FN would quit making them ?
They have been using the same manual machine tooling since 1935.
It wore out and it was not profitable enough to retool an obsolete "nostalgia piece".
FN aren't Colt, they actually have NEW products to build.
Springfield is wasting their money.

And to make it simple for Mike,
Springfield Armory is trying to bring out as reproduction of a High Power an 80 year old design, with all the same hype as if it weren't a sign they have no ideas of their own.

For all the bullshit Mike Bane and the rest of the gun media spouts there hasn't been anything actually NEW, in American firearms since the Mills Thunder Five.

 

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