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    As I was sorting through piles of follower assemblies and found these in the mix
    Paul identified them as Winchester

    Last edited by Orlando; 03-07-2017, 08:01 PM.

    #2
    Sweet! You guys know I love parts!
    m14brian

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      #3
      Very nice... couldn't we all be so lucky! Thanks for sharing... hard to tell from the angles but a couple at least look to be long noses... I'm interested...just saying....

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        #4
        Very nice, early 45 deg. slides . That follower is used between the 20 deg bull nose and the later pattern. If you notice the slide comes to a sharp point at both ends where the later slides are bobbed off on one end.

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          #5
          Slides in the pics on left, later bobbed end slides on right

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            #6
            the 45x45 degree slide was used to around mid 1941 from the information that I have -

            photo shows Winchester 111709 with 45x45 degree slide - photo will not post so I have another photo that shows the Winchester followers and slides used in 1941

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              #7
              Bill, not sure if it worked but I sent you a PM. Regards, CC

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                #8
                I would appreciate if you can tell me which slide would be correct for Winchester 161293 . I have both followers and slides pictured in #5. I've never found any reference in my books and GCA Journal s going back to 2001. The description is only described as early and late.

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                  #9
                  The one on the right is correct for you rifle.

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                    #10
                    Thanks Bubba.

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