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SG stock on a first production Inland?

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    Posted: May 12 2022 at 11:04am
I’m looking at a very clean Inland at a local shop. It is very clean  The cartouche is very nice but is SG.  I can’t find any rework marks. Would some early Inland’s have Saginaw stocks?

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Not with an SG acceptance stamp. 
That said, there is enough interest in legit SG and S'G' stocks that  it wouldn't be too difficult to find a buyer for the stock or possibly a trade. 
Check the stock cut out for the sling to see what stampings are in there.  
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote W5USMC Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 12 2022 at 11:52am
As Matt said no, if that stock has a legit SG Cartouche that means it was originally on a carbine that was accepted by the Ordnance Dept from Saginaw Gear.
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I’ll double check but I believe it is RSG. I’m going to buy it. It’s real clean. 
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We're still putting together info on SG stocks and their stampings.

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Doesn't help DogDoc,
But thought I'd mention I have a Type II Hi-Wood with Distorted from sanding Inland CC.
With RSG Stamped upside down and Serif I below it.
Has the Green ink stamp in the channel.
Came from a bulk purchase of stocks.

 


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I was finally able to get some pictures. The slide has no markings but appears to be consistent with Inland.  The bolt has no markings. The trigger assembly is Inland. I’ll get a data sheet at some point. The Saginaw stock seems to be the only non-Inland component. No rebuild marks.

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looks to be marked 20F followed by an ordnance bomb
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That’s what I finally decided as well. So why is there a Saginaw stock on this Inland???
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Could be any of a hundred reasons. Replaced a busted stock, got switched during a cleaning party, someone liked its looks better.....
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