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    Early M7 Launcher

    Here is a picture of the earliest type of M7 launcher with the screw retention spring and fixture holes. It is much more uncommon than the alternate model without the fixture holes. Also included is the early unmarked carbon spring valve and the set of instructions as pictured in Billy Pyles book. I’ve included a standard style M7 for comparison with standard retention spring as well as some other stainless steel valves marked with rolled S, hand stamped S, and BS. The valves are all non poppet.
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    I tried one many years ago. It was handy for keeping the empties from being thrown into oblivion in the woods, making the rifle manually operated. It did shift the point of impact down a couple inches at 100 yards, and opened the groups a little.
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