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Old 02-13-2020, 11:08 AM   #11
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Update on Engraved Walther..

Well.., my contact in Argentina finally came through with my request .

After a couple of attempts to visit the Museum and finding it closed , they showed up yesterday and finally .., were able to locate this elusive Beauty !

I know..I know...you can't make out what the card says...., but fortunately they were at the Museum when they were sending me the Pics., and I requested Please.. to take a picture of the card in hopes that it would give us the evasive serial number...

But no Luck .

It only mentions who donated it to the Museum.., a General A. Arana..
Could not find any info on him, there was one A. Arana who was the one that started all the shooting ranges in the Country in preparation for a possible war with Chile .

Regards, Mario
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