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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Leaf backward ?

    26 coil hammer spring ?
    your right,I would have never caught that,the flip sight is turned around from how I've usually seen them

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    Quote Originally Posted by jond41403 View Post
    Hey Jim,long time no see lol.i hope you are doing well. I bet it is a play on the light in the picture. I only noticed it because I noticed his serial number was fairly close to mine but it was only missing one digit it appeared.btw,I have been thoroughly enjoying the SEY 30 rnders
    They have worked the best for me over the years. Pleased they are doing the same for you.

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    Beautiful carbines sir. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jond41403 View Post
    Forgive my ignorance,but shouldn't your Winchester have one more number in the serial?I also have a somewhat early Winchester (type 1 receiver,spring tube) and my serial is 1176194. I thought Winchester serials started at 1 million besides the 6-10 they were first assigned
    Quote Originally Posted by JimF4M1sicon View Post
    Maybe a bad angle for the photo missing the last digit on the right???
    It's indeed due to the angle the photograph was taken. There is another digit that is hidden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jond41403 View Post
    Forgive my ignorance,but shouldn't your Winchester have one more number in the serial?I also have a somewhat early Winchester (type 1 receiver,spring tube) and my serial is 1176194. I thought Winchester serials started at 1 million besides the 6-10 they were first assigned
    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Leaf backward ?

    26 coil hammer spring ?
    My bad, I missed that for quite a few years. I will change it the next time I will take the Winchester out of the gun vault.

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    An Underwood M1icon Carbine, the barrel is dated 11-44.












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    Great looking carbines sir!

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    An all matching original parts, early, Rock-Ola Carbine.






































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    The better part of my "War Baby" collection.






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    Nice, a little of everything in there.

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