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    RCS
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  • RCS
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    Difficult to say for sure unless more are found in other rifles in the low 20K range.

    An identical follower and slide (shown in these photos) was found in serial number 4016 (note the bevels) yet few other examples have surfaced. This came from Mac as a gift years ago he did not know the serial number range

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  • CCyooper
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    Very nice, so they were use in the low 20k range? Any other time? Thanks to all that shared commented. The early rifles/parts are so interesting.

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  • Jersey Devil
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  • Jersey Devil
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    Awesome!
    Thanks Robert!!

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  • RCS
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  • RCS
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    either high hump or humpback is used by collectors, my post on 7-14-15, which also shows these triggers and gas trap rifle serial number 21167 had one of these trigger/sear combinations too

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  • Jersey Devil
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  • Jersey Devil
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    Robert,
    Does "humpback" refer to the "hump" on the rear of the sear?
    I'm unfamiliar with these.
    Thanks for the photos.
    --Brian

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  • RCS
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  • RCS
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    also a "hump back" revision 2 trigger too

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  • Jersey Devil
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    started a topic A Few Early Triggers

    A Few Early Triggers

    Some more early parts from Paul (Bubba).
    Thanks for allowing me to post these, Sir!!
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