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    Quote Originally Posted by theholeinthedonut View Post
    Where these the original components or were they added later on in an armory?
    In the case of this .50 I think it's original fitting but later refinishing...but would need to examine it closely to be better informed.

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    M-1928A1
    Nice early features on that one, paddle selectors, Waldemar Broberg marked instead of George Goll, Auto Ord marked...finned barrel and earlier Cutts, there were four patterns of Cutts compensators. Also BNP marked as it may have come out of UKicon in the early days when that stuff was around.

    I had a '28...and converted it to an A1 config for shooting. Here's pics of it in '28 configuration.
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    [QUOTE=theholeinthedonut;441579]Cheers

    No it's a GI issued sight for the M2, it was not widely used though. It's the "Sight, Telescopic, MI", the one I have was made in 1941 by the Fairchild Aviation Corporation. Unfortunately I don't have the leather M13 Carrying Case, but the lense is 100% clear, like new!!


    Where these the original components or were they added later on in an armory?

    The parts were original from the factory. It's just the nature of Armasteel when the parts are given a classical blued finish. PS-- Great looking Thompson

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    Quote Originally Posted by fjruple View Post
    The parts were original from the factory. It's just the nature of Armasteel when the parts are given a classical blued finish
    Agreed, parkerizing coats the outside of steel with a textured crystalline finish, blue goes into the pores of the metal and allows the metal to be viewed...
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    Nice gun, looks like a "Savage" barrel marking.
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    You seem younger there...
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