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    Agree Del,
    I've heard mention that the fully spelled out MARLIN I cut stocks were pretty rare, maybe as few as 17,000~. But have no proof. Examples have been seen with both the big box UEF over GHD and the rectangular boxed G.H.D. over U.E.F with CC all in the box.

    Same link as above showing the fully spelled out MARLIN has the Rectangular (Later) Cartouche/CC.
    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=34535



    Would appear the early I cut stock was pulled out of the stack and assembled and accepted at the time the stamp currently being used would have been the Rectangular.

    This picture shows a Robert Irwin worker fitting a stock. All depends on which stock is grabbed next ?

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    Southforkroad, I too am using a phone but mine is a moto Z2 play. Try using the medium page setting for this site because where you are using a phone it is probably automatically under the phone dial up mode.it took me forever to figure out that I could too post pictures with my phone as long as I was using the medium mode for the website.in medium mode the page you are seeing should turn brown and have a lot more ads and icons on the page.the medium setting is where you will see the go advanced button but you will not see the go advanced button if you are using the mobile dial up setting. It took me forever to figure that out myself but once I set it to the medium setting, it was pretty easy to figure out how to attach pictures using the go advanced option.hth. also you have to scroll down to the bottom of the website page to change the mode or settings for the website picture that you will be seeing
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    $Classifieds Thanks for help with photos folks....

    As a thank you, here is some pictures of my very early original M1A1icon...
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    You should start a new thread for your M1A1icon....... It deserves it !
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    I will do that, thanks for suggesting it.
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