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    Yes, I saw the same listing. All the photos are showing what he wants you to see and not what's really pertinent or important. Why would anyone take a NOS "never installed" barrel remove the front sight, gas piston, and re-park?
    I just can't find the logic on either of his listings.

    I have a do not buy from list and now have added another..............

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    Yep, been watching that one since the Saginaw was mentioned. "Never installed," too! It's almost swallowing that carbine round as far as his IBM "shooter" barrel - noticed the finish on the "shooter" matches all the others we've been watching. - Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by USGI View Post
    his IBM "shooter" barrel
    LOL,
    I have a distant cousin who works in Maritime Archaeology (sp ?). I'm sure he's seen relics brought up that are in better shape.
    Guy should have wrote this one up as " Recovered and Restored from the Battle for Iwo Jima"

    To Add: About the Underwood barrel:



    "barrel has a slight ring about 3/4" from the muzzle. Could possibly be back-bored or threaded for a blank adapter to remove."

    Seems if he offers barrel installation, he would know what's up. Even an attempt at a picture could help.

    "But No Bulge"

    D@mn.........
    Last edited by painter777; 07-17-2020 at 01:14 PM.
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