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    WRA Top Hat Follower Variations?

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      #3
      Hi everyone. I was wondering what kind of WRA top hat followers I have here?

      the left one resides in my WRA M1 Serial 2308***

      Is this the correct one to have in it or should it be the one on the right?

      the one on the left has what looks like a very faint 'A' on the lonfg narrow part of the bottom side while the other appears to have a punch mark on the bottom side of the top hat.

      Any ideas?

      Thank you!

      Scott

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        #4
        Really? I found a post on the CMP forum which was a little bit hard to read follow but it said that the kind of followers I have are Winchester with different revisions.

        Scott

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          #5
          Here is the information I have concerning Winchester followers & slides, any additional information would be appreciated. Winchester used the unmarked Springfield revision 2 follower but changed the slide during 1941. The first slide has the 45 degree nose and 20 degree back just like the Springfield and used in the start of the Educational Order production. This slide was soon replaced by the 45 degree nose and 45 degree back, this slide is unique only to Winchester and changed again in mid 1941 to the short nose which continued in production

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            #6
            I never said it did bud just asking if someone can clarify to me what I have.

            Scott

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              #7
              Jeezo man calm down man. Bud is a term of endearment it's like pal or mate or bro. No offence meant!you don't sign your posts so unfortunately indiny know your name.

              Thanks for info!

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                #8
                No idea why anyone would find 'bud offensive.

                I may just do that.

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