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Identification of gun sight

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    If you like 'em salty, this one's for you. I'm sure it may be difficult to id this since it's so heavily rusted, but anyone know what this gun sight may have come from? Click image for larger version. 

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    Hello,
    to me, it looks like an AA sight for MGs...
    Thanks
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    Looks like it came from an MG34!....
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    Yes a AA sight for the mg34

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