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    Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
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    Trapdoor Parts

    Can anyone recommend any good sources for Springfield trapdoor parts? Thanks,
  3. Nice looking rifles, I have a a Rock Island...

    Nice looking rifles, I have a a Rock Island 100438 same barrel date as yours. Congratulations they look really nice
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    Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
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    1873 Trapdoor

    Hi, I was wanting to get a serial number check on 1873 Trapdoor serial number 145322. Thanks
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    Thanks, I appreciate the info.

    Thanks, I appreciate the info.
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    Type 1 National Match Stock Wood Wedges

    I would like to get a copy of GCA article on wood wedges in NM stock to keep with paperwork on my rifle. Anyone know which issue that article is in? Thanks
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    Very nice,Looks great.

    Very nice,Looks great.
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    WTB: KV-B M1 Carbine Sling Swivel

    Looking for a KV-B M1 Carbine sling swivel. Thanks
  10. Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
  11. When did use of wooden wedges start and on...

    When did use of wooden wedges start and on NM/Star stamp on barrel between gas cylinder rings should there be finish or bare metal in stamp on original rifles
  12. Type 1 National Match Stock Modification

    Did a type 1 National Match have any modifications to the stock?
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    Thanks, I appreciate the info.

    Thanks, I appreciate the info.
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    Thanks appreciate the info. I just bought some...

    Thanks appreciate the info. I just bought some parts from the guy that wrote the original article (small world) and I've been searching everywhere for it. Lol. Thanks again for the help.
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    I appreciate the help There doesn't seem to be...

    I appreciate the help
    There doesn't seem to be a lot of info on the handstamp JLG out there. GCA Journal 29-1 has some info on post war cartouche, I'm going to try and get a copy of that. Again I...
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    Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
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    Hand Stamped JLG Cartouche

    Were handstamped JLG stocks only used on rebuilt rifles, or were they used on new production as well?
  18. WTB: QHMC Type 2 Hammer & QHMC Type 3 Mag Catch

    Looking for a Type 2 dogleg QHMC hammer Q-LT or LT-Q. Also looking for a type 3 mag catch LT-Q or EP-Q. Thanks for looking
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    Did you happen to see the 2.9mil Inland with...

    Did you happen to see the 2.9mil Inland with large wheel, I cut RMC I high wood stock? I started thinking more about it and wanted to take another look Sunday but he left early.
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    Very nice pistol, thanks for sharing.

    Very nice pistol, thanks for sharing.
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    The hammer is in the white with a brownish grease...

    The hammer is in the white with a brownish grease on it. The housing almost looks blued.
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    According to CCNL 334 QHMC used the big wheel...

    According to CCNL 334 QHMC used the big wheel cartouche to serial number 1625251, that stock was used to aprox 1896528 and has the smaller cartouche so it may not be original to that rifle?
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    Thank you

    Thank you
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    Nice job, looks good.

    Nice job, looks good.
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    Thanks for the info. I'm assuming in the CCNL I...

    Thanks for the info. I'm assuming in the CCNL I read where they said firing pin was stamped R-O was just an abbreviation for Rock-ola and stamped Rock-ola not an acctual R-O stamped on firing pin.
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