Search:

Type: Posts; User: thorin6; Excluded Forums: Milsurp Knowledge Libraries (READ ONLY)

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    22
    Views
    22,182

    Interesting to see how this thread progressed. ...

    Interesting to see how this thread progressed. I've picked up a couple more 30 rounders, a J marked one for $8 (a little surface rust), and an unmarked one (traded a couple of M1 canvas slings) that...
  2. Replies
    16
    Views
    41,496

    Sticky: Marked Carbine Sling

    I recently picked up this khaki carbine sling for a reasonable price; nice condition and no real issues. I hadn't unhooked the "Lift the Dot" until I had it home, and then opened it and found the...
  3. Replies
    18
    Views
    45,306

    Sticky: Marked Carbine Sling

    I recently picked up this khaki carbine sling for a reasonable price; nice condition and no real issues. I hadn't unhooked the "Lift the Dot" until I had it home, and then opened it and found the...
  4. Replies
    12
    Views
    7,105

    Early Underwood SN1378071

    Part I
    How to almost turn an original, early Underwood into a “parts gun”

    1. Walk into a local gun store, notice several carbines on the wall, see one with tag marked Underwood with flip sight,...
  5. Replies
    22
    Views
    22,182

    The one on the right is the hardback and has no...

    The one on the right is the hardback and has no crimp, as it should. The splitback SEY holes edges are squared off and not as clean as the hardback. I checked my other splitback SEY and my J marked...
  6. Replies
    22
    Views
    22,182

    30 Rd Hardback and Splitback SEY Magazines

    Having read up on what distinguishes a USGI 30 round magazine from the aftermarket and reproductions out there, I've been trying to acquire a few early USGI 30 round mags. After some searching I...
  7. Replies
    4
    Views
    4,743

    I stand corrected on the European version. Here...

    I stand corrected on the European version. Here is the web page on the M9 bayonets:
    http://www.m9bayonet.com/
    My prices were based on a two month period in early 2010 when I was looking to add an...
  8. Replies
    4
    Views
    4,743

    These are not military issue, and were made for...

    These are not military issue, and were made for the European market. I'm assuming it has the correct scabbard. Most interest is in the military issued M9s, particularly the early versions. You can...
  9. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    Here are pictures of the sling well marking and...

    Here are pictures of the sling well marking and the handguard marking. Would appreciate knowing if these are legit.
    Thanks,
    ...
  10. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    First, I'll accept BrianQ's conclusion that the...

    First, I'll accept BrianQ's conclusion that the marking is a fake; while that doesn't necessarily mean the stock isn't an Underwood, it certainly makes it suspect. I'll post a picture of the sling...
  11. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    I bought the stock from a carbine collector that...

    I bought the stock from a carbine collector that I trust, and another carbine collector looked at the cartouche and said it was correct. That being said, I'm always open to other opinions.
  12. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    Underwood in full stock

    Here are pictures of the Underwood Carbine in an Underwood stock; low wood, oval oiler cut. I've also included a picture of the cartouche. There are no rebuild marks, a P-U in the slingwell, and a...
  13. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    I think that War Baby indicated it could be a...

    I think that War Baby indicated it could be a Sub-contract receiver, but there is no mark visible inside the Ordnance Bomb. I don't know if anyone has any information on who removed the original...
  14. Replies
    15
    Views
    9,384

    Underwood Bavarian Carbine

    This is a Bavarian Police/Forestry Underwood M1 Carbine that appears to have come into the country as a barreled receiver. It used to have a cruddy M2 stock, an Inland trigger housing (Type V) with...
  15. Replies
    4
    Views
    2,174

    Post-war Inland

    Saw this at a local gunshop/range that I frequent. Looked it over and couldn't find any import marks. It looks like a CMP Inland that someone traded on another firearm (it wasn't on consignment). ...
  16. Replies
    13
    Views
    5,499

    Use of Carbine pouches with M1 Garand

    In "The M1 Garand" by Tom Laemlein (Volume Two of the Classic American Small Arms at War), page 12, picture number 8, is a shot of a soldier with an M1 Garand. Caption reads "A rifleman of the 10th...
  17. Replies
    2
    Views
    2,597

    I've been looking over photos of WWII for the...

    I've been looking over photos of WWII for the past year, specifically looking at carbine configurations. I have yet to see a picture of the battle at Iwo Jima (Feb-Mar 1945) that showed a carbine...
  18. Replies
    5
    Views
    3,066

    Inland Barrel Questions

    I have three questions on Inland barrels and would appreciate any help.

    1. At approximately what serial number (or range of serial number) did Inland switch from bluing to parkerization of...
  19. Replies
    7
    Views
    5,274

    McCord and Schuller (sp?) made over 20 million...

    McCord and Schuller (sp?) made over 20 million helmets during WWII, with McCord making 90% of them.
    Quick M1 Helmet ID
    Front seam, stainless steel rim, fixed bales, early 1942 to November 1943...
  20. Thread: Early Inland

    by thorin6
    Replies
    6
    Views
    4,943

    Barrel Skirt

    The barrel skirt is long; I don't know about a thin spot on the barrel but will check once I can get the carbine out--I'm on the road at the moment and the carbine is locked up. I believe I know...
  21. Thread: Early Inland

    by thorin6
    Replies
    6
    Views
    4,943

    Early Inland

    I recently picked up this early Inland, SN 2904xx, that was represented as “original.” Having gone over the carbine with the data sheet and Riesch (5th Ed), I think I know what I have, but would...
  22. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,261

    Not to my knowledge. They were not imports, but...

    Not to my knowledge. They were not imports, but returned US government property, and as far as I know none had any import marks or marks from the returning country.
  23. Thread: Inland Stock

    by thorin6
    Replies
    8
    Views
    5,970

    Given how much the aforementioned stock just sold...

    Given how much the aforementioned stock just sold on Gunbroker, how much would a highwood stock, I-cul oiler slot, with OI, Obnance Bomb, and Ordnance Wheel in the sling well go for? No other marks...
  24. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,261

    Early CMP Carbines

    I picked up a Winchester barrelled receiver back when CMP had received about a 1000 of what they described as receivers with bad barrels for sale. I was my understanding that they came from...
  25. Replies
    1
    Views
    6,561

    Aerial M4 Bayonet on AA

    I didn't want to prejudice this auction, but the guy that won the bayonet may be disappointed when he understands what he has.

    AuctionArms Auction:
    ...
Results 1 to 25 of 54
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3
Warpath Vintage