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    NQ,
    Appears like a Putty repair between the Oiler slot and Butt plate.
    You could use a Paint Pen/Marker to color it over for a better color match.



    From your pictures the Sling Webbing looks legit as far as I can see.
    Is the sling a D tip or C tip ?
    Real C tips are running at and over $100.
    Thought being, since your carbine has late features, I'd see no problem with a real post war D tip sling.
    Money saved for ammo or to start buying needed tools..... like Bolt tool..etc
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    Rare stock for a great price in very good shape. I don't see how you could have lost on that deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    The B means this receiver was made by Singer Manufacturing Company (not Singer Sewing)
    That can be a confusing statement. Singer Sewing Machines were made by Singer Manufacturing Company.
    Singer was a worldwide company. The receivers as well as artillery shells were built in the Wheeler & Wilson factory in Bridgeport Connecticut. Interestingly the singer code for the plant was "W"
    There is no direct proof of why Singer receivers were marked with a "B" I suspect it was an arbitrary letter assigned by Underwood.
    Another US factory made wood crates for guns and other items as well as parts for gliders
    Other factories in allied nations also produced items such as grenades

    It is rumored that Singer Manufacturing plant in Germanyicon produced weapons or munitions for their troops.

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    Nice add Dan.......

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    Not a receiver, but here's a Singer that belonged to my mom - probably got it before I was born. Treadle operated of course, and I got in trouble once for messing with the "tension" adjustment! - Bob
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