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Steve Thomas
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I could look this up myself, but I don't have a lot of time right now.

Could someone answer these three questions:

1) On what date did LHO supposedly order the mannlicher carcano?

2) To what P.O. Box did he ask it to be shipped? Was it P.O. Box 2915?

3) On what date did he open P.O. Box 2915?

For some reason, I got the idea last night that he didn't open that P.O. Box until after he ordered the rifle.

Steve Thomas

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I could look this up myself, but I don't have a lot of time right now.

Could someone answer these three questions:

1) On what date did LHO supposedly order the mannlicher carcano?

2) To what P.O. Box did he ask it to be shipped? Was it P.O. Box 2915?

3) On what date did he open P.O. Box 2915?

For some reason, I got the idea last night that he didn't open that P.O. Box until after he ordered the rifle.

Steve Thomas

I got the help I was looking for. He rented the P.O. Box in October of 1962, and allegedly ordered the rifle in March of 1963; so that is that.

Steve Thomas

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I could look this up myself, but I don't have a lot of time right now.

Could someone answer these three questions:

1) On what date did LHO supposedly order the mannlicher carcano?

2) To what P.O. Box did he ask it to be shipped? Was it P.O. Box 2915?

3) On what date did he open P.O. Box 2915?

For some reason, I got the idea last night that he didn't open that P.O. Box until after he ordered the rifle.

Steve Thomas

I got the help I was looking for. He rented the P.O. Box in October of 1962, and allegedly ordered the rifle in March of 1963; so that is that.

Steve Thomas

Steve, just how big are these P.O. boxes, do you know? Stupid question maybe, but presumably they are physically large enough to hold a rifle? Denis.

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For some reason, I got the idea last night that he didn't open that P.O. Box until after he ordered the rifle.

Steve Thomas

The great tragedy of Science - the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact.

-- Thomas Henry Huxley

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