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    Posted: Jan 05 2016 at 6:57am

M1 CARBINE TRIVIA 2. 

One M1 carbine part(s) was/were previously used on another weapon.

Identify the part and earlier weapon.

Bonus, Can it found on any other weapons and if so which one(s)

 
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Butt plate screw, was used on 1903's
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Buttplate screw. Also used on M1 Garand, M1903, Springfield Musket, probably other places too.
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The buttplate screw has a long and varied history.
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Buttplate screw. 1855 Springfield was first to use. Springfield '03 and M1 Garand also use this screw.
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The butt plate screw.

It was also used on the Model 1903 and M1 Garand rifles.
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Buttplate screw, used on 1903 buttplates.
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Butt plate screw, used on the 03s and Garands.
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Not sure where you answer (first post) so I'll try here.

One such part was #6146873 (butt plate screw). In addition to the carbine, the M14 (11686528) and 12 ga riot shotgun (11686409), among others, also used it

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Butt Plate Screw used I believe back as far as trapdoors
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trigger, trigger spring and sear from the Winchester Model 05 and also 07 and 10. 
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Butt plate SCREW
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The checkered push safety, on the 1911.
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Buttplate- M1 garand?
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I forgot, the M1 butt screw was also used on the butt plate on the M1 Garand.
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next time i need an original  butt plate screw, i will use the springfield screw.  this saved me money already.  I guess the trigger and spring (see above) won't work?  Mel
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