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    Okay, here it is

    I now have to back up and retract some of the IDs on the parts of this Winchester from CMPicon.

    Not sure about the bullet guide (has 77 and 5? cast into it)
    Not sure about follower arm (has 2 S.6 cast into it)
    Not sure about the trigger (has what looks like 99 cast into the right side)
    Not sure about the lower band (it's arched and rough but I can't tell what brand)

    I guess my first look, without disassembly, was a little on the hopeful side. The finish looks really nice but the photos show to be more of a rust color. It's a nice green gray with a slight reddish tint.

    Can anyone tell me what brand stock this may be?



    Please forgive me I'm not a Winchester Garandicon guy. But please take a look and see what you think.

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    Bullet guide, follower arm and trigger are S.A. parts with drop forge numbers

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    Thanks, that clears that up.
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    Nobody else???

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