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    Posted: Mar 10 2024 at 8:30pm
Been a tough start to March for Sellers trying to collect from Clauss-FCR.
Click on Claus-FCR's Feedback as a Buyer for March 7, 5 and 2


Guy really should be banned.
Also don't see any Feedback left by the Buyer of the M1A1 for Clauss, but Clauss left it for the buyer after getting home from the bank!

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So this was made by Universal in 1942?

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Originally posted by W5USMC W5USMC wrote:

Below is the description of a Hammer Spring listed on ebay.

M1 Carbine New Hammer Spring US Government Models Free Shipping

Made in the USA! Here we have a NEW, hammer spring for the M1 Carbine rifles as issued by the US Military. This fits models manufactured for the military by firms such as Winchester, Inland, Rockola, etc.. Please note that these will NOT work with Universal carbines. If you experience light strikes with your US M1, then replacing this spring will usually resolve the problem.
Not sure which M1 you have?  If your carbine has a single recoil spring, then you have an original US Government issued carbine.  If it has two recoil springs, then you have an aftermarket Universal M1.

Don't laugh. I saw some "gunsmith" on Youtube whining his cheap USGI Carbine stock wasn't fitting his "new" Carbine, I had to post that he clearly had a Gen 3 Universal and sugggested he should research before he whines 
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Price? Wink
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Below is the description of a Hammer Spring listed on ebay.

M1 Carbine New Hammer Spring US Government Models Free Shipping

Made in the USA! Here we have a NEW, hammer spring for the M1 Carbine rifles as issued by the US Military. This fits models manufactured for the military by firms such as Winchester, Inland, Rockola, etc.. Please note that these will NOT work with Universal carbines. If you experience light strikes with your US M1, then replacing this spring will usually resolve the problem.
Not sure which M1 you have?  If your carbine has a single recoil spring, then you have an original US Government issued carbine.  If it has two recoil springs, then you have an aftermarket Universal M1.
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Wayne, you forgot the picture of the "F" on the FRONT of the grip, Ordnance failed the correction!

I have seen sellers with negative feedback, what I do not think is every seeing so many B, C, and D reviews.
It would seem that seller rating does not drop proportionately to the review letter class.
Several had posted to please remove the seller.

You can buy that label"100 Top Sellers". There are more than 100.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote painter777 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 02 2024 at 7:08pm
Above M1A1Seller is Clauss-FCR
Has anyone ever looked at his Seller and Buyer Feedback?
The Bidding on this M1A1 looks Shady but that aside, who ever won it likely may never see it.

And if your Selling I'd advise you Block Clauss-FCR and save your self a potential nightmare.

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Clauss-FCR

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That is just plain disgusting!
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This should really be a Sunday Not so Funny since some poor soul paid $6325 for it. Here are just a couple of the 98 pictures in the listing. 

"OMG! WW2 5-1943 U.S. Inland "1st TYPE" M1A1 PARATROOPER Carbine! 99% COND!"

"The FINEST! 100% GENUINE WW2 M1A1 on the MARKET!"



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At first I thought this was a case of inflation at work! I see the seller lowered the price to 14.99 now - someone better snap up this reprint at 99.75% deflation ;)
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Is that a CMP reprint? LOL
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This must be a really rare 23-7, hope it comes with a few carbines for that price!


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Floyd,
Shame of it was, It was a Inland 2,9 mil in a Type II stock with intact CC, WSI Flip, Type I barrel band, Inland no date barrel.... etc. Was Outside pictures only, which showed the late Op Slide and parked bolt. But along with the Numrich stamps there was a Boxed: RIA over EK stamp. Sold for $1,550.00 plus $40.00 shipping plus any other fees on GB or at home. I've been wanting a Inland in the 2 mil range to check that box and was getting interested until I seen the left side of that stock. I hate seeing stocks ruined like this. Still thought about bidding but the stamps soured my taste for it.  

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Dude needs to switch to a lighter hammer for his flaming bomb.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote painter777 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 17 2023 at 3:49pm
That CC looks very close to a real prime makers stamp.

Now if only the Jewel Bros could step back in time and see whats been done to their product.

I seen a Carbine with this recently sell on GB. It was stamped forward of the wrist on the left side.

I Titled it: What to Do With Your New Numrich Stamps



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Today we bring you another variation of a stock with a interesting "RSG" in the slingwell.

Is this for SG or S'G'? I cannot make out the additional numbers and or letters in the slingwell

http://www.uscarbinecal30.com/forum/uploads/5600/FUNNY_RSG_JEWEL.jpg
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I am thinking there are less than 2 Rockola parts
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Originally posted by Mike in NC Mike in NC wrote:

Originally posted by New2brass New2brass wrote:

So Mike, what is your parts count?

The one that sold I believe was original finish and only had one hammer marking.


I don't like the look of the stamping on the hammer. I think there may only be two Rock-Ola parts on this trigger group and the trigger. The picture of the trigger housing is blurry and it even kind of a mangled ROCK-OLA stamp on that housing. It is a "complete" trigger group, but in no way "all Rock-Ola".


Looking again, the hammer looks like it maybe a rollermillseast special.
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Originally posted by New2brass New2brass wrote:

So Mike, what is your parts count?

The one that sold I believe was original finish and only had one hammer marking.


I don't like the look of the stamping on the hammer. I think there may only be two Rock-Ola parts on this trigger group and the trigger. The picture of the trigger housing is blurry and it even kind of a mangled ROCK-OLA stamp on that housing. It is a "complete" trigger group, but in no way "all Rock-Ola".
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So Mike, what is your parts count?

The one that sold I believe was original finish and only had one hammer marking.
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