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    Also you can dig deeper into your Winchester,...

    Also you can dig deeper into your Winchester, example: do you have a Winchester round firing pin ? the rear sight pinion Winchester ?

    I did not recall the serial number ? but early 1.2...
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    I would look for an original Winchester WRA GHD...

    I would look for an original Winchester WRA GHD stock
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    Jim, Ohio Ordnance Co sells a repro 30 rd BAR...

    Jim, Ohio Ordnance Co sells a repro 30 rd BAR 30-06 magazine for $90 -

    RCS
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    The M1918A2 did not have the carrying handle...

    The M1918A2 did not have the carrying handle until after WW2 and even by the start of the Korean War few were installed

    Also post WW1 period both a 30 rd and 40 rd magazine was developed for anti...
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    Winchester M1

    I would agree with the others on the cartouche. It is a nice looking rifle and could have been a complete restoration or maybe it just need a few parts and a stock to complete. I have done alot of...
  6. 38 S&W

    I also reload the 38 S&W more for accuracy than self defense, Some years back I converted two Uberti revolvers (1851 and 1861) that were incomplete/junkers to cartridge. Fortunaterly I had two...
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    check sticky threads above, stock quiz by Rick...

    check sticky threads above, stock quiz by Rick Borecky for Winchester cartouches. Stock rebuilds during later WW2 used
    cartouches such as GAW, NFR later SHM and SPG. Rebuild facilities used...
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    Midway did make some 7,63mm cartridges and even...

    Midway did make some 7,63mm cartridges and even had empty brass. You can form 223 Rem brass which requires some work
    but not difficult, extractor groove dimensions is important on 223 brass as you...
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    stamps

    I don't think the DAS stamp was used on rebuilds, your stamps also do not not look original
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    GP 90/03 and GP 90/23 cartridges

    Here are two Swiss 7,5mm cartridges

    left is GP 90/23 loaded with FMJ round nose bullet 211 grs

    right is GP 90/03 loaded with paper patch lead hollow based heeled steel capped round nose bullet...
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    M1 from CMP sales

    Nice purchase, the correct cartouche is SA over GAW, your SA EMcF stock is valuable with such a nice cartouche. It is possible to somewhat date your EMcF stock with a few answers:

    the clip latch...
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    rebuilding - early days

    At some point during the early days, the trigger guards had the rings114073114074 swaged back to a round shape and when the large pad in the trigger housing was reduced in size for the rev 6 safety,...
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    the last revision number used on the milled...

    the last revision number used on the milled trigger guards was revision 3 which last into early 1942. The milled trigger guards without
    the drawing number will sometimes be found with a single...
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    These letters start to appear after the drawing...

    These letters start to appear after the drawing numbers were discontinued, I don't believe there is a reference to these letter codes
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    original or cartridge conversion

    You could just purchase one of each variation and enjoy them both, the reproductions are not that expensive

    photos show both my repro Colt 1851 revolvers113892113893
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    cartridge conversions

    I have converted both the Uberti Colt 1861 and 1851 to cartridge using incomplete revolvers found at gun shows years ago. I did have 38 S&W cylinders but had to make the ejector rod housings, recoil...
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    It is not worth the trouble as there are too many...

    It is not worth the trouble as there are too many nicer receivers around
  18. Thread: fork in the road

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    Adopters are available for 303 and 30-06

    There are adopters available for both 303 and 30-06 but113750113751113752113753113754 only the 30-06 will take the 32 S&W Long. They can be accurate in the 20 to 30 feet distance and the 32 S&W long...
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    restoration of 1903's

    Back about ten years or more, I bought some four digit 1903 receivers from the CMP auction, they were not expensive. These receivers all have a nice finish and color as received and I had quite a...
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    Reising magazine pouches

    The Reising magazine pouches are different from the Thompson

    It was stated that the USMC dumped quite a few Reising smg's in the rivers and that
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  21. Military Training oversized models small arms

    For every military oversize model that was used as a training aid there is a manual to go with it.

    I have a manual for the oversized M1 Rifle printed in 1951 by the US Navy for the Army National...
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    I have some in my collection, believe from the...

    I have some in my collection, believe from the 1970.s. Not too accurate, had a red case and black bullet
  23. It is a M60 machine gun rear sight

    It is a M60 machine gun rear sight
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    French 8 mm Lebel 15 meter reduced loading

    The French manufactured a round lead ball or spherical ball for reduced loading at 15 meters called the Mle 1895 2nd type. The round lead ball loaded 8113590113591113592 mm Lebel in my photos is...
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    another almost forgotten accessory for the M16

    You do not see these around much , note the original green pistol grip113547113548113549
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