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    Wayne: This doesn't answer the OP's question,...

    Wayne: This doesn't answer the OP's question, but my S'G' 1,829,XXX with an E-279 S'G' Op Slide is marked J on the left side. Is your quote from the CCNL in reference just to S'G' slides found in...
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    The exposed lead on FMJ is at the back of the...

    The exposed lead on FMJ is at the back of the bullet. I believe a small amount of it would be vaporized and possibly could enter the gas system. The Speer .30 Carbine FMJ 110g bullets don't have...
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    Smallest bit I've got is .013" I think, and don't...

    Smallest bit I've got is .013" I think, and don't use it for drilling holes in steel. Commercial lead shot is getting pretty expensive now, isn't it? Back on Topic: Have any of you guys ever...
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    Here's a link to an older thread that may help. It gets off topic a bit then comes back to the safeties on the last page or two. I seem to remember other threads with pictures from 10 or 11 years...
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    I bought an Underwood 2-3 years ago that had a...

    I bought an Underwood 2-3 years ago that had a loose piston nut - was unscrewed about 1/2 way. I've had several of my other carbines apart, but this Underwood is the only one I've ever found to have...
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    I believe the ones now showing up again on Midway...

    I believe the ones now showing up again on Midway (originally they were sold out) are returns that buyers weren't satisfied with. Maybe the next guy will pay the same price and feel like he got a...
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    Ask him to send you a link to the completed...

    Ask him to send you a link to the completed auctions. That way you can look at the descriptions and pictures of the carbines, as well as the bidding. Sometimes the sellers have friends "run the...
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    I noticed the "I-cut" stock but it was modified...

    I noticed the "I-cut" stock but it was modified to "low wood" during rebuild and that hurts the value quite a bit. I see an SI marked front band - would like to know what the barrel markings are. ...
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    Welcome to the Forum! I've been a member close...

    Welcome to the Forum! I've been a member close to 12 years and have only scratched the surface of what's available here. - Bob
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    Sorry, couldn't resist! Go to GB, use search...

    Sorry, couldn't resist! Go to GB, use search words National Postal Meter :wave: - Bob
  11. Looks a bit too "knarly" for a USGI stock - could...

    Looks a bit too "knarly" for a USGI stock - could be foreign made. - Bob
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    Matrix is a great outfit. I asked him about...

    Matrix is a great outfit. I asked him about obtaining one of his spacers for removing stamped rear sights on the M1 Carbine - my rear sight tool was from Nick Dailey and didn't come with one. ...
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    Fake?! So the one (in my 3rd picture) is a "3-weld,...

    So the one (in my 3rd picture) is a "3-weld, san-serif & upside down UI, with a round face"?
    I didn't get to watch the race, but that was a surprise! Thanks! - Bob
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    Fake?! Here's some that look better. The first one is...

    Here's some that look better. The first one is from someone else's 226xxx Inland. The last (2) are my own Inlands.

    Charlie: Tell me with a straight face what a "straight face" is - have to do...
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    Fake?! Looks good to me. Maybe fresh from an Italian...

    Looks good to me. Maybe fresh from an Italian return? - Bob
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    Hey, me too! I still have mine - a No. 4-1/2 I...

    Hey, me too! I still have mine - a No. 4-1/2 I think, but only has the wind-up motor. Also, still have my OK Cub .049B model airplane motor from the mid 50's - Bob
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    Yep! "I guess I'm getting picky, but saw more...

    Yep! "I guess I'm getting picky, but saw more than just the safety that raised some questions." - Bob
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    I bought that one in the 80's (see post #2) brand...

    I bought that one in the 80's (see post #2) brand new, along with a Korean "knock-off" GI pistol belt. I used the belt for my tool pouch at work for several years and still have it. I believe they...
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    Here's some pics of my Korean "knock-off." I...

    Here's some pics of my Korean "knock-off." I can't see much that's different about it. ??? - Bob

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    How old of a person was the seller? I think I...

    How old of a person was the seller? I think I would trust what they told you about the one marked Taiwan. The "War Surplus" stores were full of reproduction "Army Shovels" back in the day. I've...
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    It's going to be awhile (if ever) since I'm...

    It's going to be awhile (if ever) since I'm several days behind on reading emails and posts from various forums. I looked at all 120+ pictures the first morning this thread was up - saw 2-3 things I...
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    I didn't see any paperwork showing the carbine...

    I didn't see any paperwork showing the carbine came in that box - maybe just overlooked it. I guess I'm getting picky, but saw more than just the safety that raised some questions. - Bob
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    USA, Yes. - Bob

    USA, Yes. - Bob
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    Charlie, click on those in post #23. They go so...

    Charlie, click on those in post #23. They go so "macro" you might have trouble finding the firing pin. :D - Bob

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    Sounds cleaner than I've been able to manage with...

    Sounds cleaner than I've been able to manage with H110/W296. - Bob
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