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    Vintage Hunter is correct. It is Finnish ball...

    Vintage Hunter is correct. It is Finnish ball ammo. They used barrels in their Mosin Nagant's of .308. and D166 is right.
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    Your link doesn't work.

    Your link doesn't work.
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    I would not trust any information in Harrisons...

    I would not trust any information in Harrisons book on carbines. The vast majority has become outdated and he refused to change and update it before he passed on. I have not found any information in...
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    A serial number stamped on a receiver did not...

    A serial number stamped on a receiver did not make it a rifle. Normal assembly was a month to as much as three months down the road depending on conditions. Most were done with in the month after...
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    As Ed said its great fertilizer and that is just...

    As Ed said its great fertilizer and that is just what it is. There is no way to tell just what powder it is by looking at it. The grass or garden is a fine place for it. Bulk powder like this hasn't...
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    Carbine stocks like all other parts on a carbine...

    Carbine stocks like all other parts on a carbine are serial number dependent. An Inland with a type 2 barrel band and an adjustable rear sight can go together as well as the push button safety all in...
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    Yup your right Inland. I may have just got mad...

    Yup your right Inland. I may have just got mad listening to a Bloombutts ad where he lies about himself and the President at the time I posted. So not thinking right. Sorry about that Chief.
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    A $100 for a wrapped up magazine done in 1953....

    A $100 for a wrapped up magazine done in 1953. Someone has as much money to burn as Bloomberg it seems.
  9. Bob, May the Michigan Murphy blow a cold wind...

    Bob, May the Michigan Murphy blow a cold wind upon you with lots of SNOW. :lol:
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    No Bob I don't. But years ago I bought about 60...

    No Bob I don't. But years ago I bought about 60 magazines in a large cardboard box marked 100 .30 carbine magazines. Inside they were stacked neatly and all mixed as to what they were wrapped in....
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    Depends on where it was done. Many different...

    Depends on where it was done. Many different wrappings on magazines that were inspected during the 50's. From cellophane in Red or Yellow, Brown paper, White paper to wax mummied ones like this....
  12. Powders like IMR 3031 or IMR 4895 will fill the...

    Powders like IMR 3031 or IMR 4895 will fill the bill for you with the 6.5 Japanese. I have found that 3031 does deliver better accuracy in the 6.5 then 4895. The older type cartridges like the 6.5,...
  13. OK so what's so special with the front and rear...

    OK so what's so special with the front and rear sights being modified this way. The vast majority of them were done post war.
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    Ah I knew it was something too long. But it was...

    Ah I knew it was something too long. But it was also in spam cans too wasn't it? I do not remember it being called commercial ammo.
  15. There is not a great collectors value in thes....

    There is not a great collectors value in thes. Most boxes in prime shape and unopened go for no more then $20 a box. People do not realize how many billions of rounds of ammo were loaded in WW2. One...
  16. You have some problems with your carbine. Start...

    You have some problems with your carbine. Start with the filled sling well. Then if you want an original front and rear sight then a type 2 front sight and type 1 rear. Be advised just about all if...
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    If it is a USGI barrel it will be marked on top...

    If it is a USGI barrel it will be marked on top of the barrel behind the front sight as who made the barrel. If it isn't marked behind the front sight or have a WP entwined on the barrel it's not...
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    I think it is on clips. Steel case, on clips, 154...

    I think it is on clips. Steel case, on clips, 154 gr. bullet and corrosive primed. If I remember right there was a bunch of it that has case necks that were a bit longer then they should have been...
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    See Jim we got to learn that the screws for the...

    See Jim we got to learn that the screws for the grips do not interchange thanks to Brian. Seven years no big thing as that's all it took eh.
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    Typical parts after a normal rebuild. Quality...

    Typical parts after a normal rebuild. Quality hardware trigger housing, and the bolt is Inland. I can't see the rest for markings.
  21. Hopefully you and TenOC have both been outbid.

    Hopefully you and TenOC have both been outbid.
  22. Add this seller to the faker list. Look at the...

    Add this seller to the faker list. Look at the barrel band area of the stock and what do you see? It is NOT worth the $5000 bid so far. Someone is going to be upset when they finally win it and get...
  23. Well you made me check mine in the 70,000 range....

    Well you made me check mine in the 70,000 range. The number is 7 and on the shelf it's the letter U. I am thinking final inspection number and letter for final machinist maybe?
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    While your serial number is in the first 10,000...

    While your serial number is in the first 10,000 it has the later slide marking. The very early ones do not have MK 1* stamped on them. Does your hammer have II stamped on it? Yours may be too early...
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    And sometimes parts can take not weeks or months...

    And sometimes parts can take not weeks or months but years to find. All because the right parts are serial number dependent with carbines. And as TenOC wisely stated you will need DEEP pockets. The...
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