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    Hammer & Rear Sight

    Hello gents

    Would you help me to identify the maker from these parts, please?
    Thank you in advance
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    I-I on the hammer= International Silver for Inland.
    PI on the rear sight= Packard Mfg. Corp for Inland

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    Hola Eddie,
    Here is a Site with a parts marking area. I'm sure it has some errors, but maybe it can be of some help ?
    Just double check here before making any final decisions...
    We can be bribed !
    Did you ever buy that Riesch book ?

    Part markings. (check here first) - M1 FAMILY

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    Quote Originally Posted by W5USMC View Post
    I-I on the hammer= International Silver for Inland.
    PI on the rear sight= Packard Mfg. Corp for Inland
    Hey Wayne,
    It has been a long time, I really appreciate your support
    Would you help me to identify the handguard maker marked as S-HR, please?
    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Hola Eddie,
    Here is a Site with a parts marking area. I'm sure it has some errors, but maybe it can be of some help ?
    Just double check here before making any final decisions...
    We can be bribed !
    Did you ever buy that Riesch book ?

    Part markings. (check here first) - M1 FAMILY

    Cheers,

    Hola Carlito,
    I hadn't bought that book sorry
    As always thank you for your support, I just checked the M1 Family it´s a very nice site, and I couldn't find this bolt
    Cheers
    Last edited by EddieM; 09-29-2021 at 09:38 AM.

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    The bolt marking is for Standard Products. Just curious, is the blued or has it been parked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deldriver View Post
    The bolt marking is for Standard Products. Just curious, is the blued or has it been parked?
    Thank you Deldriver,
    Honestly, I´m not pretty sure, but I would say that is the blued
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    Eddie, Handguard marking S-HB (not S-HR) = Hillerich & Bradsby Co for Standard Products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieM View Post
    Thank you Deldriver,
    Honestly, I´m not pretty sure, but I would say that is the blued
    Regards
    Eddie, if it's officially blued I would be interested in it if you ever consider selling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W5USMC View Post
    Eddie, Handguard marking S-HB (not S-HR) = Hillerich & Bradsby Co for Standard Products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deldriver View Post
    Eddie, if it's officially blued I would be interested in it if you ever consider selling it.
    I would prefer to exchange the bolt because then my M1icon would be incomplete, in fact, I have more parts to would like to exchange:

    - IBM slide
    - Underwood stock and hammer
    - NPM Trigger housing
    - SHB Handguard
    - CNS or SWO mark is not clear.
    - AMCO Barrel band
    - Everything to exchange for Inland or Rockola parts.

    Cheers
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