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    trigger guard

    Hello
    you have any idea who produced this trigger guard, inside it says L
    it's on trigger group W.R.A. Garand M1icon
    thanks
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    Sounds like an inspector's view mark.
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    I apologize if you do not see the image, inside the trigger guard there is the symbol of an L (first picture)


    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sn...ukp4pswO4=s114


    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/3H..._V5lnRQPw=s114

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    the trigger group on which it is mounted is of the Winchester in excellent condition, I have not found anything on books or on the internet
    thank you

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    it is of the first type, there is a proof that confirms it is from the winchester
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    pictues do not work. As far as I know all WRA trigger guards are stamped WRA and drawing number. Springfield used letter codes on their guards at the end of WWII
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    I do not know why the images are not seen,
    however inside the guard there is only one L marked and nothing else, I looked at a book but did not say anything about the other producers either
    thanks


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    You will not find everything in books. Its a late WWII SA guard


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