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NJ Arms Collectors Club Meeting - Kenilworth Veterans Center - Thursday, May 18, 8pm

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Regularly Scheduled Meeting - Thursday May 18, 2017.  Guest fee: $5.00

Kenilworth Veterans Center, 33 S. 21st Street, Kenilworth

Doors open at 7:00 PM

Presentation:  Mosin Nagants: the Affordable Collectible - Part 1: Russian, Soviet and Finnish Capture Mosins by Stan Gurski

I will be giving a presentation on collecting Mosin rifles describing some under appreciated variations that are available at modest cost.

Guest fee for non members is $5 and you can purchase a sandwich and drink for $6 if you wish. Go to 
www.njacc.info for more information and directions. Or just reply to me.
 

Stanley Gurski
gurskiltc@aol.com



ON DISPLAY:  Combloc Rifles

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