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Captain O
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Posted - 10/03/2016 :  10:04:48 PM  Show Profile Send Captain O a Private Message  Reply with Quote
and have "soft bolt" problems, Inland should replace it. If problems again rear their ugly head and the bolts from Inland keep aging prematurely, you can always replace the bolt with one from Auto Ordnance. Their bolts will "drop in" and function without further alteration as they have identical dimensions. The primary difference between the two is that the bolts from Auto Ordnance have been properly hardened, providing a long service life.

I hope this helps those that find themselves disillusioned with the New Inland products a satisfactory solution to a pernicious, and persistent problem.

All the best.

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Edited by - Captain O on 10/03/2016 10:06:35 PM

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Posted - 03/30/2017 :  3:39:35 PM  Show Profile  Visit wd4ngb's Homepage Send wd4ngb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I have one of the new Inland's that I purchased about 1 year ago. After a good cleaning and lube, it has performed as good as my USGI Underwood. I have right at 475 rounds through it, and it continues to run like a sewing machine. Since my Carbines are part of my Home Defense weapons, and would be used as part of my SHTF Gear, I do have spare parts for them. I took them all apart last month for complete cleaning and inspection, and could not see any signs of excessive wear on the bolt, firing pib, or trigger hammer. I have a spare usgi bolt for my Carbines, it it head spaces just fine with my Underwood and Inland. I think the information that you see on the Net, must be from some very early production Carbines.

Here is a shot of my Underwood and Inland Advisor.

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