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    Mine are the same, I should have checked before...

    Mine are the same, I should have checked before posting - they weren't buried as deep in my Carbine "stuff" as I thought they were! - Bob
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    I believe he's saying he measured the gauge -...

    I believe he's saying he measured the gauge - that's why I asked if it was stamped. - Bob
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    Ten, are they also stamped with those same...

    Ten, are they also stamped with those same numbers? I guess mine are older than I thought - without pulling them out, I remember them as 1.290, 1.296, and 1.302. - Bob

    EDIT: Correction - My...
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    I see it, too. Hope it shows up in these edits. ...

    I see it, too. Hope it shows up in these edits. - Bob

    Painter, did you watch the race today?
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    Yes, got the chores done, but probably haven't...

    Yes, got the chores done, but probably haven't been getting enough sleep. I apologize for my mistake, Wayne. Just last week, (when I was tired, I guess) I mis-read page 1102 in War Baby III and...
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    Are you sure about that? - Bob

    Are you sure about that? - Bob
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    How about some close-ups of the top, bottom, and...

    How about some close-ups of the top, bottom, and both sides of the trigger housing? We can probably figure it out. - Bob
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    Charlie, I wish I'd been more careful with my...

    Charlie, I wish I'd been more careful with my first post in this thread so it wouldn't have been moved - should have just posted the picture of the TH and not the link. I think you did an excellent...
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    Clint Smith's Favorite Firearm is ??

    You'll have to read most of the article to find out - but it's a good read! - Bob
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    More recently, Auto-Ordnance and New Inland Mfg....

    More recently, Auto-Ordnance and New Inland Mfg. have marketed M1Carbines with wire stocks - not sure if they have the M2 cut, though. - Bob
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    Charlie: Hmmm! Nope, didn't sound familiar at...

    Charlie: Hmmm! Nope, didn't sound familiar at all until I opened your link! That thread was only 5 years after I retired, now it's been 10! Sure wish the pictures for that auction were still...
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    The narrow mag wall on that "Outstanding IP...

    The narrow mag wall on that "Outstanding IP Trigger Housing Group" was still bothering me, so I've gone through all of my Carbine Books the past couple days and finally decided it must be a Type 2...
  13. Thread: M2 in Slow Mo

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    For some reason the last (2) rounds in the...

    For some reason the last (2) rounds in the magazine popped up together. When the bolt went forward, it chambered the upper round and it fired - then as the bolt went back, the unfired round popped...
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    That was pretty much the claim on all of the...

    That was pretty much the claim on all of the items that sold yesterday. Charlie, what about the narrow mag wall on the Type 3 S'G' TH? Riesch doesn't mention it, but I haven't checked WB yet. - Bob
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    Even with the V notch modification? Always...

    Even with the V notch modification? Always wondered how much that would detract. Same here on the Win TG. I wondered about the narrow mag wall on the S'G' TG - most I've seen are wide, but need to...
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    Anybody been watching these Carbine items?

    I bet some of the bidders on these items are biting their nails right now - I know I would be!
    Curious if anyone has any comments. - Bob
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    At that distance, I thought he was doing pretty...

    At that distance, I thought he was doing pretty good for off-hand - kept those (2) steel targets swinging! Couldn't read all the distance markers, but must have been at least 50 yards, maybe 75? ...
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    I see it on my later data sheets now. The...

    I see it on my later data sheets now. The earlier ones just showed the three. Guess I just ignored that change - maybe because I didn't have the newer references at the time. So, should the...
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    Ejector Question - Type D ??

    A couple years ago I picked up an Underwood carbine that has a Winchester bolt and trigger housing. In January this year, I finally got around to breaking it down and identifying most of the...
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    It looks like it to me. I'd call the sling "Korean War" era. What would've our "Buddy" Harlan thought of this??

    Even a few sellers I used to trust have gone to the "Dark Side." - Bob
  21. I looked through all 12 pages of his other items...

    I looked through all 12 pages of his other items and never saw the uniform pictured. - Bob
    (has over 2000 items - bound to get something screwed up!)
  22. Thread: Flip Sights

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    Nice find Charlie! :clap: The "wear" on the rear...

    Nice find Charlie! :clap: The "wear" on the rear sights looks amazingly consistent, don't you think? Also, looks like they're parting out their "knock off" Type I front bands, and asking about...
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    WB III mentions the Q-NL TH's being used between...

    WB III mentions the Q-NL TH's being used between April and June 1944. Also saw in WarBaby where there were 2007 of the Inland receivers transferred in June/July of 1943. - Bob
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    Here's a link showing a casing I found last year...

    Here's a link showing a casing I found last year of a 40 fired out of a 45 ACP. Do you have a picture showing the primer strike? - Bob

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=64190
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    When I wrote that, I hadn't figured out how to...

    When I wrote that, I hadn't figured out how to get to those (6) stills quickly - was just pausing the video. Some of the ammo looked too "slim" - more like .30 Carbine and had me confused. Hmmm......
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