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Krinkfreak
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Posted - 06/21/2015 :  10:22:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit Krinkfreak's Homepage Send Krinkfreak a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Receiver: Quality Hardware and Machine Corporation # 1928156
Barrel: Buffalo Arms 9-1943 with Flaming Ordnance Bomb
Bolt (Round): AOB X
Slide: DA-Q with 8156
Hammer: B R
Trigger Housing: BE-B with 8156 and LGKNO 0747 on bottom
Mag Release: M EI
Sear: U
Trigger: R I
Rear Sight: Shield with H
Front Sight: Unmarked
Front Band: Unmarked
Handguard: O with 8156
Receiver Stop/Plate: A U










Edited by - Krinkfreak on 06/21/2015 10:34:15 PM

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shadycon
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Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!

M1's-R-FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!
TSMG's-R-MORE-FUN!!!!!
ENJOY LIFE & HAVE FUN!!
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Tuna
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A mix of numbers like yours is typical of a Bavarian carbine and the mix of different maker parts is typical of a rebuild. And you have a very nice carbine as a result.
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Jackp
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Welcome to the carbine forum!

Let us know if you have any specific questions. There's so much to talk about when it comes to this historic rifle.

Here's another web site that has a lot of info on Bavarian carbines.

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