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This is the first in a two-part series of newsletter indexes, specific to carbine manufacturers. It includes references to articles that will help a collector know what parts are correct in a carbine, but does not include those articles that detail a manufacturer's historical information, documents, interviews, production milestones, inspection criteria, minor reports, prototypes, etc. Readers should refer to our master Newsletter Index for more information on a specific manufacturer, as well as a list of all Carbine of the Month (COM) features. The master index will be published again in our November 2011 issue.

I am a relative novice to the Carbine Club, and purchased the back issues of the newsletters. They are a wealth of information and a tremendous resource, but I found myself "trying to drink from a fire hose." To organize the tremendous amount of data, I purchased a 3 ring binder, with a tab for each of the manufacturers
. Then, each time I found an article or snippet of information about a particular manufacturer, I copied it and placed it behind the tab for that manufacturer.

One of my favorite parts of each newsletter is the COM (Carbine of the Month), and I have put a copy of each COM behind my tabs - also by manufacturer. That way, if you find a carbine that you want to restore or that you may want to purchase, you can check your reference binder and get a good idea of what a carbine close to it in serial number range looks like. I will start off this series by sharing what is behind my INLAND tab.

 

Ed Carson

 

Newsletter

Date

Subject

4

Feb 77

Serial Numbers vs. Barrel Dates and major features

49

Dec 80

X marked guns

72

Nov 82

Manufacturer's Update, part I

73

Dec 82

Manufacturer's Update, part II

187

May 92

M2 update

206

Dec 93

Subcontractor parts markings

268

Feb 99

Serial Number vs. Barrel Date - first block

288

Oct 00

X marked Presentation carbines

333

Jan 06

Stock markings

339

Jan 07

Brown-Lipe-Chapin Barrels for Inland

346

Mar 08

Inland's First Serial Number Block update

350

Nov 08

Brown-Lipe-Chapin Barrel (marked B. L. C.)

 

 

See also NL 352IMar 09.

353

May 09

Second Serial Number Block update

357

Jan 10

Inland duplication of Winchester serial numbers

359

May 10

Type II Barrel Band markings and identification

360

Jul 1O

I-BR on Inland Barrels

361

Sep 10

Third Serial Number Block update

 

M1A1 Carbines:

Newsletter

Date

Subject

47

Oct 80

Production vs. Dates

48

Nov 80

Stocks

115

Jun 86

M1A1 Review

148

Mar 89

M1A1 part numbers

158

Jan 90

Leather cheek piece replacement

161

Apr 90

Folding Stock construction and markings

348

Jul 08

M1A1's with Bayonet Lugs

351

Jan 09

M1A1 Buttplate markings on CMF M1A1's

354

Jul 09

Stocks in wrap

358

Mar 10

Late war pistol grip markings

 

WINCHESTER:

 

Newsletter

Date

Subject

1

Nov 76

Winchester carbines

34

Aug 79

Metal finishing operations

37

Dec 79

Subcontractors

58

Sep 81

Manufacturer's Update

60

Nov 81

Bayonet lugs; Serial Numbers vs. Major Features

188

Jun 92

First Serial Number Block update

230

Dec 95

Use of transferred Receivers; Front sight shape.

237

Jul 96

5 million Serial Number Block update

299

Sep 01

W marked hammers. See NL 359IMay 10 for additional info

326

Nov 04

Approximate monthly production

336

Jul 06

First Serial Number Block update

337

Sep 06

Serial Number application dates. Two corrections in NL 351/Jan 09

345

Jan 08

Rare barrels seen at CMP

355

Sep 09

6 and 7 million Serial Number Block Update

357

Nov 09

Leftover Receivers used by Winchester; 4,726 deliveries in 1946.

 

NATIONAL POSTAL METER: one of only two manufacturers that stamped numbers on the receivers, trigger housings, bolts and slides.

 

Newsletter

Date

Subject

9

Jul 77

NPM carbines

30

Apr 79

NPM carbines continued

125

Apr 87

NPM carbines continued

126

May 87

Update continued; list of subcontractors

128

Jul 87

Subcontractor clarification and oiler discussion

 

UNDERWOOD:

 

Newsletter

Date

Subject

10

Aug 77

UEF carbines

40

Mar 80

Manufacturer's Update

45

Aug 80

Parts types and months used

127

Jun 87

Manufacturer's Update

128

Jul 87

Manufacturer's Update continued

182

Dec 91

Underwood receiver codes

259

May 98

First 200 UEF receivers by Inland

321

Jan 04

10-49 barrels

325

Sep 04

Stock cartouches

337

Sep 06

Marlin and P-U stocks

352

Mar 09

Late barrels and #2 bands

357

Jan 10

Underwood receiver codes

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This is the second in a two-part series of newsletter indexes, specific to carbine manufacturers. It includes references to articles that will help a collector know what parts are correct in a carbine, but does not include those articles that detail a manufacturer's historical information, documents, interviews, production milestones, inspection criteria, minor reports, prototypes, etc. Readers should refer to our master Newsletter Index for more information on a specific manufacturer, as well as a list of all Carbine of the Month (COM) features. The master index will be published again in our November 2011 issue.

I am a relative novice to the Carbine Club, and purchased the back issues of the newsletters. They are
a wealth of information and a tremendous resource, but I found myself "trying to drink from a fire hose." To organize the tremendous amount of data, I purchased a 3 ring binder, with a tab for each of the manufacturers. Then, each time I found an article or snippet of information about a particular manufacturer, I copied it and placed it behind the tab for that manufacturer.

One of my favorite parts of each newsletter is the COM (Carbine of the Month), and I have put a copy
of each COM behind my tabs - also by manufacturer. That way, if you find a carbine that you want to restore or that you may want to purchase, you can check your reference binder and get a good idea of what a carbine close to it in serial number range looks like.

Ed Carson

IBM

Newsletter

Date

Subject

7

May 77

IBM Carbines (first update), and subcontractor list

36

Nov 79

Serial Number confusion

54

May 81

Facts about IBM

55

Jun 81

IBM notes

110

Jan 86

Early IBM markings

162

May 90

Manufacturer's Update

163

Jun 90

Firing Pin markings

329

May 05

Manufacturer's Update Plus

345

Jan 08

IBM Update Addendum

353

May 09

IBM barrel marking lettering 

 

Quality Hardware

Newsletter

Date

Subject

8

Jun 77

QHMC Carbines (first update)

68

Jul 82

Manufacturer’s Update

101

Apr 85

QHMC – the wartime years

102

May 85

QHMC – the wartime years, continued

110

Jan 86

Q-EX 10 Carbine

121

Dec 86

#2 band

122

Jan 87

Another Q-EX carbine, another #2 band

124

Mar 87

Still more on #2 bands

172

Feb 91

Un-Quality Manufacturer’s Update

334

Mar 06

QHMC Manufacturer’s Update

338

Nov 06

UN-Quality Manufacturer’s Update

357

Jan 10

QHMC numbering problem, numbers gap, UN-Q quantity analysis

 

Rockola

Newsletter

Date

Subject

5

Mar 77

Rock-Ola Carbines (first update)

53

Apr 81

EX 6095---

65

Apr 82

Manufacturer’s Update Part 1

66

May 82

Manufacturer’s Update Part 2

72

Nov 82

Rock-Ola’s Cartouche markings

105

Aug 85

EX and Presentation Carbines

117

Aug 86

Manufacturer’s Update

118

Sep 86

Manufacturer’s Update, continued

119

Oct 86

Manufacturer’s Update, continued

174

Apr 91

Inland to Rock-Ola receiver shuffle

238

Aug 96

EX 6095414

318

Jul 03

Presentation carbines

323

May 04

Carbine Test #9

328

Mar 05

RMC “springtube” receivers

330

Jul 05

Correction (NL 328, page 10 – buttplate report)

348

Jul 08

New late barrels discovered in Notway

358

Mar 10

Carbine Test #8

 

STANDARD PRODUCTS: The 2nd of two manufacturers that stamped numbers on the receivers, trigger housings, bolts and slides.

Newsletter

Date

Subject

3

Jan 77

Standard Products Carbines (first update)

35

Oct 79

Manufacturer’s Update and chart of code numbers

62

Jan 82

Subcontractors

73

Dec 82

Slides

90

May 84

Bolt numbering

92

Jul 84

Additional bolt numbering info

105

Aug 85

Un-numbered carbines (2)

199

May 93

More un-numbered carbines (3)

203

Sep 93

Col. H.M Reedall (HMR stamp) discussion

223

May 95

Slide numbering

330

Jul 05

Presentation carbines

333

Jan 06

Standard Products carbines with Winchester barrel

342

Jul 07

Another carbine with Winchester barrel

350

Nov 08

Another un-numbered carbine

366

Jul 11

Manufacturer’s Update

367

Sep 11

Presentation carbine 2053742, scrapped numbers reuse, receiver code numbers

 

SAGINAW STEERING GEAR:

Newsletter

Date

Subject

78

May 83

Two unissued stocks with S-53 buttplates

98

Jan 85

Manufacturer’s Update, part 1

99

Feb 85

Manufacturer’s Update, part 2

120

Nov 86

Study of 5.8 million SG carbines

132

Nov 87

Presentation carbines (2)

197

Mar 93

Magazine marking

206

Dec 93

Presentation carbine

207

Jan 94

Data sheet for Presentation carbine in NL 206

235

May 96

Front band assembly dimensions

253

Nov 97

Another Presentation carbine

255

Jan 98

Manufacturer’s Update

269

Mar 99

Strange serial number

348

Jul 08

Inland to Saginaw restamped receiver

357

Jan 10

Saginaw and S’G’ mixture

358

Mar 10

Unusual barrel marking

348

Jul 08

New late barrels discovered in Notway

358

Mar 10

Carbine Test #8

 

IRWIN-PEDERSEN and SAGINAW GRAND RAPIDS (S'G'): It is very difficult to separate the IP carbines from the follow-on Saginaw S'G' carbines, so both are listed together here.

Newsletter

Date

Subject

2

Dec 76

First study of SG, IP and S’G’ production

21

Jul 78

IP/S’G’ trigger shapes

27

Jan 79

Update from the study in NL 2

31

May 79

Style of serial numbers on IP/S’G’ receivers

70

Sep 82

“Batching” of Irwin-Pedersen and early S’G carbine production

103

Jun 85

S’G’ Presentation carbine

121

Dec 86

IP/S’G’ and SG stock manufacturer

142

Sep 88

IP/S’G’ front sight numbers identified

168

Nov 90

Side-tracked IP receivers

188

Jun 92

IP magazine markings

245

Mar 97

Unmarked parts seen on 15 IP/S’G’ carbines

283

May 00

Another look at IP/S’G’ front sight numbers

347

May 08

ISP oilers

351

Jan 09

Fake IP presentation carbine 1766631

354

Jul 09

Double-marked IP stock

357

Jan 10

Analysis of possibly how many IP’s produced, the SG and S’G’ mixture

358

Mar 10

Carbine Test #8

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