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However, nothing definitive yet. As you can see, these are below the wood line just above the front screw guard attachment point. In New at this, but love doing research and so for I have found nothing and understand that allot of these meanings are unknown. Just wondering if these show on multiple models across different years. This is on a 1944 carbine.



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They could be proof stamps, or inspection stamps, or something to show that a machining step had been done by a certain crew, or..... I don't recall seeing similar stamps on any of my guns, but I don't look under the woodline much anymore. I suspect most answers will be similar to mine. Unless we find someone who worked at this plant in 1944, its unlikely that these will ever be deciphered.
 
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