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    Your right Jim, often called the paratroop notch

    Your right Jim, often called the paratroop notch
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    field modified Thompson Model 1928A1 bolt

    Here is a Savage Model 1928A1 bolt that I found years ago, the owner pulled it from his weapon to exchange for an un-modified bolt.


    Anyone know what this modification was for ?106844106845
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    the rifle grenade cartridge is the 30 cal M3 and...

    the rifle grenade cartridge is the 30 cal M3 and the carbine grenade cartridge is the M6
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    Thompson Model 1928A1 : Top oil container ,...

    Thompson Model 1928A1 : Top oil container , pilot rod and buffer, blish lock, firing pin protrusion gage and ejector
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    Colorful bullet tips on 7,62mm, to be fair, I...

    Colorful bullet tips on 7,62mm, to be fair, I should have provided more details. The green tip L C 64 is the frangible bullet for the M60 m/g but soon discontinued. The red tip is
    tracer with a...
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    I thought it was loaded with improved powder and...

    I thought it was loaded with improved powder and staked primer for the synchronized Browning 30 cal machine guns example: P-35, P-36 and P-40B
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    Loaded with special powder for aircraft machine...

    Loaded with special powder for aircraft machine guns but also issued to US ground troops in the Philippines
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    colorful 7,62x51 mm military cartridges

    All are US except one that is Japanese


    can anyone identify these cartridges ?106754
  9. Thread: What is it ?

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    You are correct, it is the barrel extension part...

    You are correct, it is the barrel extension part # 8448315, when you slide the barrel forward it cocks the trigger
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    not a mounting rail but related to the M203

    not a mounting rail but related to the M203
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    clue for identification of part

    here is a clue for the part posted 106689
  12. Thread: what are these ?

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    Your are correct, they are for the T48 rifle as...

    Your are correct, they are for the T48 rifle as HRA manufactured 500 examples, most were destroyed. I could never find a High Standard T48 magazine.
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    What is it ?

    What is it ?106682
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    what are these ?

    What are these ?106680106681
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    another pair

    Another pair almost sisters except a little different receiver configuration with the guide rib106422106423
  16. I use the Chapman gun screw driver kit, it has a...

    I use the Chapman gun screw driver kit, it has a torque drive wrench that will screw that large 1903 butt screw in all the way and
    will not mark-up the screw head, soap not required
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    modified M60 in Viet Nam

    Navy Seals did use a modified M60 during the Viet Nam war. Note the shorter barrel and
    front sight removed in this photo. The Stoner weapons were well used too.106372
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    The RSC Model 1918 was manufactured with a...

    The RSC Model 1918 was manufactured with a shorter barrel length and only used the bolt action five round Berthier clips. Robert
    Seijas who posts on this forum has one. Maybe he will post a photo...
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    RSC 1917 converted to 8mm Lebel Model 1932N cartridge

    Some of the WW1 RSC rifles were converted to fire the new 8mm Lebel Model 1932N
    cartridge with the 234 gr spitzer bullet of .327 inch diameter. This being performed in the 1930's time period. I...
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    M60 m/g

    Long time ago when i was an armorer in the US Army and later in the reserve, I worked with the Model 1919A6 which was very well liked. As the M60 started to replace the old BMG, we received new...
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    early Winchesters

    Hope it made back to the USA but the odds are it was destroyed.

    I have a close in serial number range rifle in my collection106303
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    early trigger housing without pad

    Too bad the owner of number 7 could not find the correct trigger housing and internal parts.

    here is a photo of an early trigger housing without the pad - these did not last long in production...
  23. American Rifleman article on Canada's Indian Snipers in the Great War

    There is an excellent article in the April 2020 issue of the American Rifleman magazine entitled "Crack Marksmen" about Canada's Indian Snipers in the Great War by Maj. John L. Plaster US Army Ret.
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    two tone color helmet net

    I believe this two tone helmet net might be from the UK ? I have seen photos of American and Canadian troop preparing for the invasion of Kiska in the Aleutian Islands (1943). The Canadian troops...
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    My cover is very thin and without a mosquito...

    My cover is very thin and without a mosquito cover - I am certain my cover is before Viet Nam
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