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    What is the correct stock and plate for a Rock-Ola 4.6?

    Hello, I am a bit new to the word of Carbines and would appreciate some help.

    I have a Rock-Ola M1icon Carbine with a Serial number range in 4607XXX. From the best that I can gather, it looks like the manufacture date was on or around February 1944. Everything seems to be correct - but I am questioning the stock and plate.

    What is the correct stock and plate for this? A high or a low? Or, a 3 O'Clock or a 5 OClock. Any guidance would be appreciated.

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    For a Rock-Ola that late, either an I-cut or an oval cut could be correct as Rock-Ola never finally did away with the I cut and it frequently appears on some of their very late production carbines. As far as I know the 3 o'clock was no longer in use that late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimb16 View Post
    For a Rock-Ola that late, either an I-cut or an oval cut could be correct as Rock-Ola never finally did away with the I cut and it frequently appears on some of their very late production carbines. As far as I know the 3 o'clock was no longer in use that late.
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