Yes, from the sling snap.
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Yes, from the sling snap.
I've got to step in here and disagree with firstflabn.
Rieschs' book is a long way from being a very nice picture book :surrender:
All of these are Hi-Woods, Don't recall if the first two are I cut, but the 3rd one is.
RMC - I
give me a few days and I'll post a few pictures of stock makers like RMC, RSG etc that have the Serif I.
Trying to catch up from being out of town.
Went to our local gun show at the Ingham County fairgrounds, Friday, April 12. I was part of the Zombie crowd wandering around looking for powder and primers. I got there 1-1/2 hr after they opened...
The 1947 edition just came in handy.
A fellow member has come across a rear sight aligning tool. (Gage)
We weren't quite sure how to properly use it, until looking in to the 1947 version....
Warren Dorrills' Son disputed that claim.
See bottom of page 2..
Winchester/Underwood Model 1944 (USMC) model
will take it apart in October
Boy that's a long tease, but we'll stay tuned.
We honor his service.
Wonder if he's any relation to old time Carbine Club member Michael Stratton?
Michael, I believe was USN.
Long time, early contributor to the Club.
And you made it out of that area alive???
It was tough to get a good picture showing traces of the bottom of the R.
If you look back at Jimf's post #17 (?) his R over stamp looks more like they stamped harder on the right edge....
Picture #1- shows the R stamped heavier to the top, lightly at the bottom.
Picture #2- I highlighted the R in yellow, the original I in blue.
Picture #3- Pictured from a right angle, just...
If so could you post it?
The OP here I know is on the hunt for one.
I got your message the other day and skimmed the new site.
Looking forward to some pop corn and some good old movies.... With No Commercials!!
I just love the ole time 'Special Effects'....
"Tell everyone All is well, and I hope to be back soon.
Hope all is well in the mitten state!
He's buried at work and the proud father of his first child, a son born early.
Inland spelled out inside the outlines of a special building.
I'll post some pictures after I get it.
Anything else you want to send?
Maybe one of the Spring tube RMC's would be nice or one of those ugly IP's you have!!
You gotta be tired of looking...
Feel free to ship all you want.... :dancingbanana:
I'll take real good care of it!!!
Looks like JimF had/has one marked R.K. with the X on the other side.
I do believe without yet seeing it, you have a partial struck R that looks like a P....... R.K.
Originally made for...
I passed a email your way.
It's possible the members here may think your a 'Newbie' after seeing your number of Posts.
I know better :bow:
Wondering if you may have a Kal Machine...
If possible that marking is a R instead of a P,
I Also found R.K. Machine Tool Co. Detroit, Mi in War Baby page 390, listed as a misc part supplier to QHMC, but no letter code listed. Page...
Been side lined for a while myself.
But concerned about a few missing members.
Anyone heard from...
Appreciate letting me post this,
Is it just me?
Or does the stock look like it may be a cut down from Hi-wood?
Judging by the top right rail.
Also the bottom of the forearm/right side/ forward of the mag well looks as though it's...
Looks very much like the Howa BP.
HOWA M1 Carbine
Old list I have here that has the letter codes used by the Facilities or Sub contractors.
Shows Parker Mfg Co was assigned PK for parts they made.
Did they make your (or any) Hammers?...