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    Follower Arm Identification

    Have 2x follower arms and am wondering of they're both WW2?

    Thanks!

    Scott Click image for larger version

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    #2
    No way I can go their! Hopefully some other knowledgeable Troopers will tune in,I would really like to see what some of the collectors would say, and why! Hope you get some answers. HNY AJ

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      #3
      My data says the one on the right is SA used from early 1940 through spring of 1941. SA type two, single bevel.
      The one on the left is SA used from late spring 1941 through end of production. SA type 3, no bevel. Last pic.

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        #4
        Hi mate, there are no bevels on either follower arm. I believe the one you are thinking of is the Flat Back follower arm. I have one of these in my Rare Parts Tin.

        Scott

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          #5
          I stand corrected, but then I’m not expert.

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