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    Anybody been watching these Carbine items?

    I bet some of the bidders on these items are biting their nails right now - I know I would be!
    Curious if anyone has any comments. - Bob

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/kaani130/m....p2047675.l2562


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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    I bet some of the bidders on these items are biting their nails right now - I know I would be!
    Curious if anyone has any comments. - Bob

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/kaani130/m....p2047675.l2562
    on my end, the link just goes straight to eBay with sellers name and says no matches found
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    I liked the B-IP sight ok, but not enough to compete. Would've like to have it at 225 or so. The Win trigger group surprised me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    I liked the B-IP sight ok, but not enough to compete. Would've like to have it at 225 or so. The Win trigger group surprised me.
    Even with the V notch modification? Always wondered how much that would detract. Same here on the Win TG. I wondered about the narrow mag wall on the S'G' TG - most I've seen are wide, but need to check my notes. - Bob

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    I've got a bunch of carbine parts that I'm going to sell soon. Just have to inventory it first. I'll let you guys know before I do anything with it. I do know there is a dog leg hammer in the lot marked NI and a type 1 sear marked R.I. but that's all I can remember off-hand. There is a late flat bolt too, but I can't remember what markings, also some springs, recoil plates, beat up butt plates and some other stuff. Oh yeah, there is also an unmarked modified type 1 extractor; another hard to find item. Give me a few days and I'll get a complete list together.
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    Yeah, even with the V notch, since a real once hasn't been sold lately that I remember. One sold for $150 buy it now several months ago. A Prime sold the same day from the same seller for $150 as well.

    I'm always interested in IP, S'G' parts. That IP trigger group didn't convince me it is not refinished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    That IP trigger group didn't convince me it is not refinished.
    The S'G' from the auction looked very refinished to me. Had just enough finish wear to show the light contact rub points from being in a stock and from being attached to a receiver. Add a few hammer strikes to lightly mar the finish on the TH rail..... and there you have it.

    Always hard to tell because of camera flash... But are the Pins Blued?

    OUTSTANDING original M1 Carbine IP Irwin Pedersen S Trigger housing group | eBay

    Then on the other hand this could have been a take off and stored in a parts drawer for 30+ years......

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Then on the other hand this could have been a take off and stored in a parts drawer for 30+ years.....
    That was pretty much the claim on all of the items that sold yesterday. Charlie, what about the narrow mag wall on the Type 3 S'G' TH? Riesch doesn't mention it, but I haven't checked WB yet. - Bob

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    Ive

    I've bought from him in the past and the items were high quality. That just didn't speak to me. The bids say it didn't to other people either.

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    Wow .. makes me consider selling some of my M1icon Carbine spare parts too. Somewhere I got a bag with around 10 original flip rear sights, among the 15+ hammers, etc.

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