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  1. Painter777 not sure what that O is but its doesnt...

    Painter777 not sure what that O is but its doesnt look like a hardness test to me but more like an inspectors initial, but it seems the O is slightly oblong and not perfectly round, but that may just...
  2. I also wondered if the indentions could have been...

    I also wondered if the indentions could have been "anchor" points or index marks for a milling device, maybe for the slide rail on the opposite side of the receiver, but if it was there would have...
  3. Inland Pressure to Produce in June -August 1942

    I can only imagine the pressure Inland must have been under to produce the "new" M1 Carbine as quickly and correctly as possible because the 1st Infantry Division was shipping out to England in early...
  4. Multiple Indentions

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    You can see four indentions on this Serial Number 34X receiver - two on the left front, one in the middle, and a larger one in the right rear. My SN 270 only has the one larger indention...
  5. From another June 42 Inland Receiver Wall

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  6. Hardness Dimples on June 1942 manufactured Inland Receivers

    Painter777's favorite Old Threads showed a pic of Inland 1205 and I noticed it also had a round dimple impression on its left side receiver wall as I had seen on other June 1942 made Inland...
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    Awesome!

    Thank you for posting these. I enjoyed ALL of them - keep em coming :-)
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    When I hover my cursor arrow over each picture it...

    When I hover my cursor arrow over each picture it allows me to click on it to enlarge it to a big picture. You have to click on it again to reduce its size back down to where you can click on the...
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    How do I post them as larger pics? I'm just...

    How do I post them as larger pics? I'm just using the Insert Image tool and thats how it transfers them into the Post. I'm sure I missing something:-)
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    V is for Victory

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    Bolt

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    Barrel and ButtPlate

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    More Pics

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    May 4th 1943 Born Winchester

    I acquired this all correct beautiful early Winchester to bookend my July 1945 born Winch. This is a beauty :-)
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  15. Thread: My Only M1917

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    OZ Stock stamp ?

    Still hoping someone has an idea what the Letters OZ represent on my July 1918 built Eddystone's stock. Inspectors initials? Its just behind the trigger housing and between that and the Box P stamp....
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    Whats interesting is that my May 1944 last month...

    Whats interesting is that my May 1944 last month production 6216xxx Rock Ola that I got from my Grandfather has a Highwood I-Cut stock even though it went thru the Post War re-arsenal process and got...
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    Semper Fidelis! Nice transition 03 to 03A3 Rifle!

    Semper Fidelis! Nice transition 03 to 03A3 Rifle!
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    Rock Ola Wood Grain

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    Carbine Family Field Day for Inspection

    Rained all day so broke out the tribe and rubbed them all down with Flax Seed Oil :-)

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    [QUOTE=Hercules Powder;508020]Hammer, That is an...

    [QUOTE=Hercules Powder;508020]Hammer, That is an outstanding early Inland carbine and I know this because I am a pervious owner of it. I bought it 6 years ago on GunBroker and sold it 2 years later. ...
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    Thanks Hercules Powder! You know who I got this...

    Thanks Hercules Powder!
    You know who I got this amazing early Carbine from then and that He’s a great American veteran! and a longtime Carbine enthusiast.

    I never really even considered it as...
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    Yes, my grandfathers Rock-Ola went thru the Post...

    Yes, my grandfathers Rock-Ola went thru the Post War rearsenal process and got a type 3 bayonet lug and adjustable rear sight and an Inland trigger housing group. He got in the late 1950s and had a...
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    Sorry I did not. But I know if you called her...

    Sorry I did not. But I know if you called her phone number when they open the shop on Wednesday they’ll be happy to tell you what their prices are.
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    Leaf Sight

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    Or is that a really small Y in a box on the right side of the 300 yard flip site?
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    [QUOTE=painter777;507460]Thank You Hammer, A...

    [QUOTE=painter777;507460]Thank You Hammer,
    A very nice example.
    Having the Grand Slam of Slingwell markings.
    Surely warms up a Damp Chilly evening.
    I enjoyed the 7 Rifle (Lucky number) rack your...
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