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Thread: Source for Instruction Sheet for USGI M7 Holster?

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    Source for Instruction Sheet for USGI M7 Holster?

    Searched this subforum, but it only resulted in archived threads. Does anyone have an online source for an instruction sheet for a USGI M7 holster? I just got a Vietnam War era / Cold War era NOS one, with all the bits and pieces, except for the instruction sheet.

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    Section 1-7 shows wearing the holster. I don't believe I've observed an instruction sheet.

    https://www.marines.mil/Portals/1/Pu...rksmanship.pdf

    and:

    https://www.ar15.com/forums/handguns...ter_/23-78537/

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    Well, I lucked up. Another M7 on a GB ad had some photos of the front and back of an instruction sheet included. I was able to save them to my computer and blow them up a little, although they weren't the best quality. Took a little while, but I was finally able to get my M7 assembled properly.

    Thanks for the other links!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glynn863 View Post
    Well, I lucked up. Another M7 on a GB ad had some photos of the front and back of an instruction sheet included. I was able to save them to my computer and blow them up a little, although they weren't the best quality. Took a little while, but I was finally able to get my M7 assembled properly.

    Thanks for the other links!
    Good work!
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