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    Quote Originally Posted by martin08 View Post
    Her statement was that her dad came home from the war and hung it on the den wall, and it didn't come down until last week.
    No way I'll challenge that statement. My only point was here's what we saw for available carbines back in the '70's, all unchanged from issue and having been through two wars. So much for the mentioned parts being standard and all guns changed over for Korea...lots of as issued stuff carried on into RVN...and central America, South Americaicon...

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    I've read a couple of times that it's hard to get RLO to adhere when BLOicon was there first. I would keep an eye on the RLO finish to make sure it doesn't dry up. My barrel is an Underwood with a 6-43 date on it and only a punch mark as a proof about half way down the barrel from the front sight. I have the same MN mag catch, HN dogleg, square S flip and NN marked front sight. If you laid our carbines next to each other they'd be hard to tell apart from a distance. The sear again is odd. I have seen it mentioned, but yours is one of the few I've seen pictured. I'm guessing it's a dye issue or just simply stated a rarely seen marking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    This is "nit-picking," but it looks like the oiler is installed upside down. - Bob
    Yeah, I noticed when I was processing pics. Already fixed.

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