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    Not sure about Harrison or Canfield's books, but...

    Not sure about Harrison or Canfield's books, but the receiver serial # stamping info is published in WB III and CCNL 337.
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    Oh OK firstflabn, "All listed serial numbers...

    Oh OK firstflabn, "All listed serial numbers should be considered to be approximations and are not exact" although I kinda figured the word Approximate would have made that clear.

    @cpc, Here is...
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    @cpc, Winchester Carbine production ended in...

    @cpc, Winchester Carbine production ended in August 1945. According to Ruth & Duff's Carbine owners guide the Approximate Serial number range produced during April, May and June 1945 was...
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    Not much help on the SP, but somewhere between...

    Not much help on the SP, but somewhere between July and Sept 1943

    Keep in mind those Winchester dates are dates that the serial # was applied to the receiver, not the date the carbine was...
  5. CCNL 357-11 discusses the SG and S'G' mixture....

    CCNL 357-11 discusses the SG and S'G' mixture. Not sure if that's what you are looking for.
  6. Interesting stuff, Does 3,639 have an SG stamped...

    Interesting stuff, Does 3,639 have an SG stamped anywhere on the left side?
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    http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/CMP_Carbine_N...

    http://thecmp.org/wp-content/uploads/CMP_Carbine_Notes_2007.pdf
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    1. Yes, A Quality Hardware Receiver is an USGI...

    1. Yes, A Quality Hardware Receiver is an USGI Receiver.
    2. Are you asking if you can replace your National Ord Receiver with the Quality Hardware receiver?? Probably, but are the rest of your Nat...
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    You are pretty close to DC, Charlie. Be careful,...

    You are pretty close to DC, Charlie. Be careful, rumor has it there are a bunch of idiots in DC.
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    Yes, I was issued name stamps for marking uniform...

    Yes, I was issued name stamps for marking uniform items.
  11. What manufacturer made your carbine? Light...

    What manufacturer made your carbine?



    Light primer strikes can be caused by a number of issues ie.., short firing pin, weak hammer spring, gummed up bolt, deformed firing pin, excessive...
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    I believe that the D-tip slings that have the...

    I believe that the D-tip slings that have the Keeper (Buckle) marked with a W in a circle are reproduction carbine slings. Can't seem to find where I read this, but I own a few of them that I have...
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    Charlie, read the links below Israel Arms...

    Charlie, read the links below
    Israel Arms International - IAI

    hunting for heirlooms - The Carbine Collector's Club
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    $8 for 2 ounces is a crazy price. It is much...

    $8 for 2 ounces is a crazy price. It is much cheaper on amazon....
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    Here is an older thread on the subject....

    Here is an older thread on the subject.
    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=66882
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    Strange cartouches and slot cut - The Carbine...

    Strange cartouches and slot cut - The Carbine Collector's Club
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    Yep, that's were I see the SG. Right under your...

    Yep, that's were I see the SG. Right under your arrow.
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    Yep, "The hammer pin was designed to be...

    Yep,
    "The hammer pin was designed to be inserted into the trigger housing from left to right. The width
    of the "shelf" below the hammer pin on the left side of the trigger housing was designed for...
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    I swear that I see a sideways (vertical) SG when...

    I swear that I see a sideways (vertical) SG when I zoom in on that same area that Charlie mentions. Also your hammer pin is in from the wrong side, it should be inserted from left to right.
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    Bill Ricca's Writings

    For those interested, articles and writings by Bill Ricca can be found off of the Carbine Collector's Club main page. See below link.

    Bill Ricca's Web Pages
  21. Thread: M2 in Slow Mo

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    Patrick, page down on the below link, the type IV...

    Patrick, page down on the below link, the type IV mag Catch is the "30rd Mag Catch"

    The U.S. Caliber .30 Carbines - Parts
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    Bob, The 4 types of ejectors are listed on the...

    Bob,
    The 4 types of ejectors are listed on the Data sheets. CCNL 319-4 has some good info on your "type 4" , says it is believed the change was made to improve reliability and direction of...
  23. Thread: Flip Sights

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    On their website they are calling them USGI. ...

    On their website they are calling them USGI.

    EARLY TYPE FLIP REAR SIGHT US GI. LIMITED QUANTITY
  24. Thread: Flip Sights

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    Noticed they are not calling them USGI just US...

    Noticed they are not calling them USGI just US M1. This is going to keep Sam-T in business forever!
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    CCNL 337 has the same info I quoted from WBIII,...

    CCNL 337 has the same info I quoted from WBIII, Also CCNL 336 has great info on 1st block Winchesters.
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