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    Some listed eBay items (I saved pictures of) from...

    Some listed eBay items (I saved pictures of) from years past.

    IIRC - The "Stokes Kirk - Krag Bayonet sign" was located in the Philippines. (I thought it highly 'suspect', but cool).

    I love...
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    Frederick303: How were you able to date my...

    Frederick303: How were you able to date my "Stokes Kirk - catalog #27" to 1918?

    Lots of the old 'gun company' catalogs lack dates.

    (Thanks in advance - I did not know its actual date range).
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    Sendero's rear-sight is a 'bitsa' put together,...

    Sendero's rear-sight is a 'bitsa' put together, unofficially, from surplus parts. His sight is quite functional, but, did not come from Springfield Armory in its current form.

    The base is from a...
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    Maybe the original carbine barrel had a rough...

    Maybe the original carbine barrel had a rough bore.

    Stokes Kirk describes their (No. 399 D) "carbines" having new rifle barrels, cut to 22 inches and their banded front-sight installed.
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    'sendero' - I think your rear-sight may be made...

    'sendero' - I think your rear-sight may be made up from parts: a Krag 'model 1898 rifle-sight' base and a 'model 1902 sight' leaf.

    Springfield did not combine these sight parts, but, surplus...
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    'sendero' - Neat family heirloom! Actually,...

    'sendero' - Neat family heirloom!

    Actually, your Krag's receiver, (#26336 or #26836?), marked 1895 (and not model 1895 or model 1896), started its service as an early U.S. model 1896 carbine.
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