Mystery solved: Woman on WWII vet's gun ID'd

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    Did you catch the part in the interview where the old guy says if its not in his hands it will be in the safety deposit box (there is a video on the net with him and the sheriff)..........I can just see the bank tellers going nuts.... Hopefully he will carry it in discretely.
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    loved the article. really good read with anther happy ending
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    Great story, great ending.
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    I don't think many people would get a stolen gun back like this...a rare story indeed.

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    That's a happy ending
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    All the Way SIR!! All the way Airborne...
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    Thanks for posting the conclusion to this story. I've wondered about it.... glad the rightful owner got it back.

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