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    Winchester Follower Arm Identification

    Early or mid production?

    I know its not Win 13 as there's no numbers, however I also am aware how often earlier parts were used in Win 13 builds.

    Thank you!

    Scott
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    Looks early to mid to me from the angles of the picture as as dip from the toggles to the bevel dose not appear to be very steep.

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      #3
      Originally posted by CCyooper View Post
      Looks early to mid to me from the angles of the picture as as dip from the toggles to the bevel dose not appear to be very steep.
      Many thanks mate! I'll need to read through some of the old posts on this site as there is absolute gold dust in there haha!

      Scott

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        #4
        I am looking at Charlie Redfield's page of Winchester follower arms (seven ) and from Scott's photo I would say it is the first variation of the follower arm

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          #5
          Originally posted by RCS View Post
          I am looking at Charlie Redfield's page of Winchester follower arms (seven ) and from Scott's photo I would say it is the first variation of the follower arm
          Awesome thanks RCS!

          Scott

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