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|12-10-2005, 03:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2005
$350.00 Inland Carbine
I just came back from a local gun show and the strangest thing happend, this little carbine followed me home. It is a Inland carbine s/n 63294**. I got it thinking that it had a trashed barrel. The barrel looked like it had scally rust in it. After getting home I found that it has a Winnie stock in good shape, IBM trigger group, Underwood slide and bolt, Inland barrel and barrel band. I thought I would see what the barrel would clean up to and to my surprise most of what I thought was rust has been removed by just running a wet patch throught it. There looks to be some rust or heavy deposits at the end of the barrel near the chamber. The barrel TE is at a 1. I think someone did not spend the time to clean it and thought the barrel was trashed. What do you think.
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|12-10-2005, 05:21 PM||#4|
Join Date: Nov 2004
run some gibbs or CLP or something through it and check for pitting. If it is not pitted, then the rust has done no harm...you got a good deal even if you have to rebarrel it. And you probably won't have to.
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