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    I would be interested in that information....

    I would be interested in that information. Although I will never see that rifle again.
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    Right. I have never really studied the M1...

    Right. I have never really studied the M1 carbine, as a collector. But at some point in the late 50’s and early 60’s, they must have started to release them. Not saying he bought directly from the...
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    Here's a few picks of the holster. Dad liked...

    Here's a few picks of the holster.

    Dad liked to mark all his stuff with his name. I blurred it out with photoshop for privacy. He wrote it again in ball point ink, along with "PB, FLA". Not sure...
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    BAR, he might have purchased the carbine after he...

    BAR, he might have purchased the carbine after he left service. It was stolen from his house while I was in college. They missed the pistol because that was kept up under a swivel chair with skirt...
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    OK. I can be a bit fussy about rust. All of my...

    OK. I can be a bit fussy about rust. All of my guns get greased, oiled and cleaned regularly. As I said, Dad was not a “collector” so he had a somewhat more relaxed approach. You guys make me realize...
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    Family Heirloom, Colt Super .38 Automatic

    When my father passed away in 2018, I was left with several family guns. One from my great Grandfather ( a .22 rifle). one from my Grandfather (another .22 rifle) and a pistol of my dad's.

    The...
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