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Thread: Hoppes Counter Display circa 1941

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    Boolit Master Kent Fowler's Avatar
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    Hoppes Counter Display circa 1941

    Camera flash doesn't help pics. Boxes are pretty much mint. There was a beautiful Hoppes cardboard ad that fit into slots on the lid of the display. Still can't find it after we moved.



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    Anyone remember the wording on the OLD Hoppe's #9 glass bottles? "For cleaning rifles, pistols and submachine guns...." Things must have been a little more liberal back then.................

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    Very cool...

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    In the early '30's anyone could buy a ful auto machine gun. Then prohibition brought it to an end.

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