01-20-2012 01:24 PM
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I want to go to your garage sale!!.....Frank
Sorry Frank, not having a garage sale. But that doesn't mean everything in the garage is not for sale.
I know Jim, I was just funnin. I think alot of us are envious of your "Garage".
I like it when you find something cool and share it with us.
Does it have the circle P on the grip bottom? I have the same stock on my NPM. Could it be that the stock you're showing was a spare parts unit that was used later and not cartouched? My Inland stock has a .U. rebuild and looks like someone tried to pry the oiler out with a chisel.
Originally Posted by DaveHH
I don't see a circle P. As for a replacement, who knows. But I thought the OI W/Bomb and Hi wood would have been early. Were they using replacements already?
Did see a repair, but who knows when that was done either.
Thank You to JimF4M1s For This Useful Post:
We're surrounded, that simplifies things!
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Looks like a typical " chip the stock to steal the e-nut"!
Here's where I asked about one I dug out,
Also found another exactly like this one but has a small CC in Slingwell.
Range of Inland I cut stocks with no CC stamp question?
I have read and reread page 348 in WB. As Bruce mentions could have been used around the 30,000 number. My 23,000 has an LA stock. I guess back to the box it has been in for 20 years waiting for a use I'll probably never find.
Thanks for the older thread.