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  • TJT
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    What a tedious, and at the same time, boring job.
    Jon

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  • Tom in N.J.
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    It is, indeed, a heat treat fixture. each clip was wired into a fixture prior to going ito the heat treat oven and had to be removed afterwards. Click image for larger version

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  • LavaTech
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    That is what every enbloc clip ever produced looked like just before going into the oven for heat treating. The anti warping plates were re-used and never needed to leave the production facility and so are not commonly seen.

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  • Orlando
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    I have seen one before but cant remember the story on it

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  • jak
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    Originally posted by RCS View Post
    I think it is used in the manufacture of the clip, maybe for heat treating
    You would think that if it was used in manufacturing, there would be a lot more of them floating around. That's the first one I saw.
    It looks professionally made. Maybe it was made in Europe. Maybe it's a gauge to check the specs of an enbloc. I'm just guessing.

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  • RCS
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    I think it is used in the manufacture of the clip, maybe for heat treating

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  • jak
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    I never saw anything like it before. The only thing I can think of is that it lets you practice loading an enbloc into a garand without using ammo.

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  • Glassparman
    started a topic Strange enbloc clip

    Strange enbloc clip

    Found this at the cartridge collectors show in St Louis a few weeks back. Not sure what it is but the plate on the top is crimped on at either side. Anyone ever seen anything like this?
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