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    Fresh Batch Of Fakes

    OLe Bardall1 is still at it.
    A new batch ready to ruin left over walnut.



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    So...stand by...
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    The counterfeit stamps still continue to sell, first to the new collectors who think they are saving money and enhancing the value of their stocks and to others who stamp stocks and
    sell them just for the money.

    There was a time a few years back that certain counterfeit stamps could be identified on the M1icon rifles stamps: 1. the Bishop lazy R in the WRA,, 2. The Rahway SPG, 3. the Stone Mountain SPG to
    name a few. Rick boreckyicon has a large collection of known fake stamps and should be contacted if in doubt.

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    Somewhere along most collectors time, they have been taken by at least one item. Education and questioning can help mitigate a persons lose. A good reason to have a nice library and post asking about an item.

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    I got hit when I first started out. Was told it was an Underwood stock when it was just an Underwood rebuild. Boy! Did I get educated fast!
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    Charlie,
    Thats sad mate, in the UKicon we have strict laws regards producing fake Patented stamps, and those laws I would assume would apply there in the States to, if it was a UK manufacturerss stamp being copied.

    Is it allowed in some States or this just a plain rip off and copy of an original stamp and passing them off as original, because that, is a whole new ball game and here in the UK would be dealt with as Deception by the Police, big big fine and then the company would probably jump on you from agreat height!!

    Thats how I would play it as an ex Police Officer, quite serious "with intent to deceive" all day long!
    Incidently, there is also an offence for "knowingly" buying a counterfeit in this particular case too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gil Boyd View Post
    we have strict laws regards producing fake Patented stamps
    I expect the patent expired long ago as these are available in vast quantities...
    Regards, Jim

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    Jim,
    Do they stick out like Bulldogs nadgers or are they hard to tell the difference once on the rifles?
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    They have gotten better with time. Some were so easy to spot but they are getting harder to tell sometimes. There are still a few tell tales with them still if you know what to look for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gil Boyd View Post
    Do they stick out like Bulldogs nadgers
    Like Bruce says...for someone like me it could be an effort but for a few here they're childlike. The reason I sold my LL M1icon rifle was because in a couple decades, if I'm still around, these will cause enough doubt that I wouldn't be able to sell anything real... I think they're a problem.

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