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    Clean Underwood Carbine, August 1944





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    Last edited by milgunsguy; 08-31-2020, 05:57 PM.
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          Very nice!

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            Originally posted by milgunsguy View Post
            clean carbine
            I assume the receiver is clearly marked Underwood. (I don't blame you for not taking a photo of the rear upper area since the S/N is right there.)
            At least the barrel is. The trigger group might be too. If memory serves, only Underwood made the brazed trigger groups. You can tell by looking up the mag well along the rear area. There SHOULD be a *U* marking on the central raised area near the top of the group. The bolt will have that marking on it as well if made by them as that is the main identifier marking for their parts. Don't worry if there are some mixed parts. Some contracts used bits from other makers right out of the gate. I have a Winchester mixmaster with lots of Underwood parts on it as well as an Inland barrel and it shoots fine. (Arsenal rebuild with the Type III barrel band with bayonet lug on it.) Nice to see yours has the non-bayonet wide band.)

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