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    Posted: Feb 26 2024 at 8:10pm
Originally posted by Smoky 1 Smoky 1 wrote:

 have 2 Carbines that may fit in the block your looking fore.
  IBM 3873486   Underwood  2601098    Hope it helps. 

Smoky 1, thanks but neither of those serial numbers fall into the range of unreported serials mentioned on page 1 of this thread.
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 have 2 Carbines that may fit in the block your looking fore.
  IBM 3873486
  Underwood  2601098
   Hope it helps.
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JimG, 
see the link below. the datta sheet and the post have an email address you can send pictures to.
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I have the one picture of the serial number and "B" stamping but I didn't see a way for a guest to add an image to a response, did I miss something?


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Smokpole Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 25 2023 at 11:51am
JimG, it doesn't matter if it isn't in that group. We would all still like to know more about your carbine. We collect information on ALL carbines. Please fill out a data sheet for it. Every entry we get adds to our knowledge of the carbine and its history. It doesn't matter if it has been through a rebuild or not. It all helps us understand the carbine history. While we are particularly interested in certain serial groups, we are still interested in all carbines regardless of the serial numbers.

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Wayne,

While setting up to take a picture I found I typed the serial number incorrectly in my earlier post; it is not 2541885, it is 2641885 and I don't think this is one you are looking for.

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Originally posted by JimG JimG wrote:

The receiver also has a "B" stamped below the serial number if that is useful. 
Serial number: 2541885

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Thanks, would really love to see some pictures of the receiver markings. (serial# along with the B)
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Just came across this site and need to report an Underwood receiver I have. It was the base for a Fulton Armory M1 carbine I had built several years ago, that is back when they were still using old military receivers and not the new one they are now shipping. The receiver also has a "B" stamped below the serial number if that is useful.

Serial number: 2541885

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Originally posted by cmysix cmysix wrote:

I have just inherited National postal meter 4177178 1943 has a marlin barrel 

Welcome to the forum. I encourage you to start a new thread under the Carbines of the Collectors section of the forum in order to tell us more about your NPM. 
Your Postal Meter's serial # is well within the range of known serial numbers. The list on the first page of this thread above is asking for carbines in serial number ranges that in 40 years of collecting have not been reported.
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I have just inherited National postal meter 4177178 1943 has a marlin barrel 
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Nice early Rock-Ola

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The base and the leaf are both marked BR.
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Originally posted by jackp1028 jackp1028 wrote:

In March of 2016, Rcycles45 posted a Photobucket link on the first page of this thread to pictures of his rare Type 1 spring tube Rock-Ola, S/N 16728xx. Unfortunately, that link has since become inoperative. Rcycles45 has given me permission to directly post those missing pictures in his behalf so that they will be preserved in the Club's server and Club members can again see an example of a rare carbine. Below are the first few pictures Rcycles45 emailed to me. Hopefully there will be more to come.



The flip sight base of thie Rock-Ola 16728xx appears to be marked BR on the right side of the base. Do you know if there is any stamping on the leaf of this flip sight?

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Here are a few more pictures of Rcycles45's Rock-Ola S/N 16728xx.







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In March of 2016, Rcycles45 posted a Photobucket link on the first page of this thread to pictures of his rare Type 1 variation B (Type 2 to the club) spring tube Rock-Ola, S/N 16728xx. Unfortunately, that link has since become inoperative. Rcycles45 has given me permission to directly post those missing pictures in his behalf so that they will be preserved in the Club's server and Club members can again see an example of a rare carbine. Below are the first few pictures Rcycles45 emailed to me. Hopefully there will be more to come.
















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(OSS) Office of Strategic Services Carbines

30 October 1943, 12 National Postal Meter carbines with 24 magazines were shipped from the OSS Supply Division, Washington D.C. to Lt. George Bookbinder, Room 2133 in the OSS "Q" Building Washington, D.C.

The same shipment also included:
13 M191a1 pistols with holsters, 29 magazines, 13 pistol belts, 13 M1928 double magazine pockets.
13 Thompson M1928, M2 sub machine guns, 104 magazines and 3 sets of spares.

Carbine Serial Numbers
1505587
1519675
1520545
1523234
1523414
1524000
1524096
1524276
1524376
1524457
1525843
1945011

It is unknown where these carbines went from there.

If you have one of these carbines let us know for more information!



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Originally posted by jjspearson jjspearson wrote:

I have a late Inland 6,908,236, hand stamped "M1".  Barrel date Inland 2/45.  Appears to be all original as issued in 1945.
 

I have a mostly mixmaster Inland, 6,897,116, 2-45, Hand Stamped M1, which I picked up off Gunbroker a few weeks ago.  It is only a few days older than yours.  I would love to see the datasheet on your carbine if you think it is original.  I want to correct my carbine but Ruth and Riesch are a bit vague and there no Carbines of the Month within 97,000 of my carbine. 

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I HAVE A M1 CARBINE S#XB47 DELUXE WOOD UNFIRED NEED SOME HELP ON FOR SALE
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