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Anyone seen the matching receiver? 6290500?

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    Posted: Oct 09 2021 at 11:23pm





I have a Rock-ola in this clean likely Bavarian/ Austrian returned stock- based on parts/serial is an Inland. Looks like possible Bavarian Rural Police based on serial number marking on the recoil plate, recoil screw, recoil band retainer, and slide. Sad that such a nice gun was likely stripped. Wondering if anyone out there has seen this receiver?



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Neat stock, the Germans took stamping to the extreme in some cases... Even the recoil plate screw on this one. I don't think I've ever seen that stamped before, or for that matter the band spring.
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what’s the top of the receiver look like? A Bavarian would be marked “Bavaria Rural police, Game Warden, Border Police, or what ever it was. A lot of them were scrubbed but it’s clear scrubbing where it was marked. I have a German return NPM that kept it flip sight and Type I barrel band, but the rest was mismatched and had been blued. It also sports a German made handguard and German made butt plate. Nothing on mine was marked out of the ordinary with the S/N
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I wish I knew what the original Inland receiver looks like- based on condition of the metal and stock- is likely nice. I have another carbine that sounds similar to your gun- is a German police gun- but not from Bavaria. It has many of its earlier parts, and has an overall black oxide finish. 
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