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  • m14brian
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    So is it correct that as time went on they figured out that a more aggressive checkering was better and then discontinued this type?
    m14brian

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  • RCS
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    Brian, This windage knob has the very smallest arrows that you will ever find, like you said almost a line. Difficult to
    date the time period.

    Robert

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  • Jersey Devil
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    Robert,
    My pleasure in posting the photos. Happy to do so anytime!
    By chance, do you have a photo of the side of the windage knob. In speaking with Bubba there appears to be four different types of arrows on these and the elevation caps. I would assume that this windage knob as the smallest of the arrows, almost resembling a line. Is that correct?
    Thanks,
    --Brian

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  • RCS
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    Brian, Thanks for posting these photos of a very early Springfield windage knob with a really fine checkering pattern. This
    checkering is so fine that it was difficult to photograph. Must be proper for a three digit or early four digit receiver ? I
    would like to know if anyone has found one like this ? I know Billy Pyle told me he also has one. Thanks again for posting
    the photos for me. Robert

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  • Jersey Devil
    started a topic 1607 Windage Knob

    1607 Windage Knob

    I was emailed these photos a few days ago from RCS asking me to post these to the site. Sorry that it took so long to share, but work is crazy right now for me. I really don't know anything about this windage knob, so I hope RCS can educate me on it.
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