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    Thank you for your response! I remember seeing...

    Thank you for your response! I remember seeing an adjustable reamer set at the local Harbor Freight store for about sixty bucks back when I was laboring on the mag tube sleeve removal. I wish now I...
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    Hi!

    Hi, sorry for the late reply, been busy with some other stuff. Anyway, if interested, you can read my long, agonizing tale of removing the insert from my Sarco import Rhodesian FN Police A9. See...
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    Residuals Of Eclectic Taste

    Used to collect Japanese swords, fountain pens, pocket watches, RISE model airplane engines, some other stuff. Usually my interest shifted and I moved on, recycling much of what I'd previously...
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    The barrel doesn't match the receiver, so that's...

    The barrel doesn't match the receiver, so that's pretty much the ball game in terms of collectability. You could remove the stock to see whether its serial matches either, but probably not worth the...
  5. Thread: TV repair.....

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    I've been waiting for years for my (1980s?) KTV...

    I've been waiting for years for my (1980s?) KTV color TV with 13 inch CRT to crap out so I can buy a flat screen, but it refuses to die. I have it over my computer monitor to compete for my...
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    Thanks! For some reason, my version of the...

    Thanks! For some reason, my version of the Milsurps home page omitted the top sales section, I've now corrected that. Link below to the bayo trade post, if interested:
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    Good idea, I thought I'd just offer first to...

    Good idea, I thought I'd just offer first to those who've been helpful on this thread. OTOH, I don't see a buy and sell sub-forum on the home page list. Is it hiding or am I blind? :confused:
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    Thanks!

    As I mentioned, I'm not really a bayonet collector, I just happened to pick this one up on an impulse for a decent price (I think!). In light of the helpful advice offered here, and to preclude me...
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    Here are some pics of the bayo. The brown patch...

    Here are some pics of the bayo. The brown patch just forward of the fuller in the first photo marks the only real pitting on the blade, light as it is. The third photo shows best the type and...
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    Thanks, Flying10uk, I did use the wrong...

    Thanks, Flying10uk, I did use the wrong terminology (I'm not a bayonet guy). It is indeed a non-hooked cross guard, not a quillion. It appears to me that the blade has a blued section as you...
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    Thank you for you responses!

    Thank you for you responses!
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    1907 Sanderson Bayo

    I recently acquired a 1907 bayonet marked "SANDERSON" and "1907" with "11" and "17" underneath the full date. Was it made in 1911 and refurbed in 1917? The quillion has serial number D16346 stamped...
  13. The tsuka (handle) is from a shira saya, or...

    The tsuka (handle) is from a shira saya, or "resting" sword mount better suited to protecting the sword while the working mounts are stored separately. It would be matched to a likewise plain wood...
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    Thank you, gentlemen, for your responses. Will...

    Thank you, gentlemen, for your responses. Will be interesting to see what it goes for.
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    Military Stevens 620A - Legit?

    Claimed military Stevens 620A at auction, without usual P and flaming bomb on the left side of the receiver front and barrel rear. Is this legitimate? Note I'm not intending to bid, just interested...
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    Thanks. I don't think I'll try to "clean up"...

    Thanks. I don't think I'll try to "clean up" this bayo, the surface effect it now exhibits is somewhat remarkable, IMO. I have never seen anything quite like it in over thirty years of collecting...
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    M1905 Bayo Strange Patina From ???

    NR from the CMP forum, maybe the experts are lurking here? I recently obtained a 16 inch bayo (stamped SA, flaming bomb, 1908, US and 267649) off Fleabay. It cost only a C-note and obviously had...
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    Officer's Sword

    As mentioned by another, this is an officer's sword, not an NCO sword. I didn't see a Showa or Seiki stamp above the mei (signature), so it may be a traditionally made blade. You might try asking...
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    CMP is a first rate organization. Unfortunately,...

    CMP is a first rate organization. Unfortunately, given the increased business costs, including Obamacare, and the fact that it is running out of surplus rifles and ammo, what is left is getting...
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    Stevens 620 Riot Gun (???)

    What do you think? Color me skeptical, though I note the seller has 100% positive feedback.

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=370279092
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    Type 1 Garand Gas Lock Screw?

    Is the below auction item a legitimate early M1 part or else some funky later import piece?

    M-1 Garand Type 1 Gas Cylinder Lock Screw

    TIA!
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    No, not looking to necessarily turn a quick...

    No, not looking to necessarily turn a quick profit, even as a keeper I wouldn't want to take the hassle and risk without doing significantly better than what I could just pay up front for an already...
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    Thanks, Johnny!

    Thanks for your response, Johnny. I have to proffer up a "Duh, I forgot" addition, the trigger is a WWII replacement, so that would need replacement as well, so, what, another $100 or so? Given...
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    1911 #156xxx Value?

    I dropped by the LGS for a looksee, and hanging in the shadows I spied a 1911 with serial number 156xxx. It is in remarkably good shape, I'd say 90-95% on the bluing with a slight bit of wear at the...
  25. Thread: model 11

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    Try this link to date your SG: Remington...

    Try this link to date your SG:

    Remington Society of America - questions/barrelcodes
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