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  • Pfc Thomas
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    Orlando thanks for the info. The 14 world a lot easier for the most part though there is oddities.

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  • Orlando
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    Most of these arent really what are called "early". What is it you want to know? I am going by memory so I may be off some.

    Op rod D35282 SA isnt a early part. It was used during the massive rebuild period after WWII
    Hammer C46008 1WRA C46008-WRA I;m not up on WRA stuff and to lazy to dig out books
    Trigger guard C-46025-1-SA, I think these were used for about a year starting in middle of 1940 into 41
    Trigger housing D28290-12-SA used approx beginning of 1943 and into the middle of 44

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  • Pfc Thomas
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    The Mad Mad World of Parts

    Helping a friend of my fathers out with identifying parts. He is putting together the last of his projects and needed help. Came across some early M1 parts so I thought I would pick you guys brians
    Op rod D35282 SA
    Hammer C46008 1WRA
    C46008-WRA
    Trig guard C-46025-1-SA
    Trig housing D28290-12-SA

    If its not 14 or have original finish doesn't catch my eye. Like original finish,patina and dirt&grime on anything that has been used&cared for. There was a International Harvester receiver with 70% original finish. I wonder if I will get tried of looking at this stuff. Its like looking at women you are done when you pull up the dirt blanket.
    Pfc out
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