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Pistol Grip Marking on Inland Stock

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    Posted: Jan 18 2020 at 11:53am
Any information on this curious stamp?  It's on a Type 2 Inland stock, OI in sling cut and no cross cannons.

 
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Defense Acceptance Stamp (DAS). I think they were rubber ink stamps for M16's and repos can be bought.
Here are a couple links with some information and examples for use on stocks.
Curious myself. Thanks for sharing hunterman.
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Never seen the DAS stamp on a carbine stock, I do know that the DAS stamp was used on the Imperial and TMN plastic handled M4 bayonets of the 50's.



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