Korean war era.
Blue Sky import.
Shoots great, lot of fun. Surprisingly accurate.
Inland barrel marked 2-44.
AMCO bayonet lug.
Winchester hammer, GM sear, underwood trigger housing.
4 USGI blued mags.
4 USGI double mag pouches.
250 rounds Wolf .30 Carbine.
50 rounds Remington FMJ.
Sling and oiler.
This was explained to me by LBelflowers
, and is great info:
|Just to help out on the decription:|
1)Looks like the Underwood serial is a 1.3 million series. That would actually put it in the Feb-May range range of 1943.
2)Looks like the trigger housing is correct for the serial number(Underwood originally used the milled trigger housing up to about July 1943)
3)Looks like a big J in the sling well,meaning it is a Jewell Brothers made,wartrime replacement stock(WW2).
4)The Korean writing on the stock is an unit identifier(soldeiers name ,rank ,serial number and has a rack number on the pistol grip).
5)The deep looking Blue Sky import stamp is the only detering thing I see about your rifle, It is a depot rebuild. It is actually a WW2 rifle,Underwood`s carbine contract was cancelled in April 1944. These are neat little rifles. I have a soft spot for Underwoods,that is what I collect.
6)If you need any help with any of the other part break downs(contractor codes,be glad to help out.
$650 OBO. Prefer trades. Make me any offer, I'll listen, worst I can say is no.
I am open to trades:
1) Savage 99.
2) Winchester 1895.
3) Bolt guns in 7.62x39 or 5.45x39.
4) .308 bolt guns.
5) M1A/M14 clones.
7) SAA Colts.
8) Various revolvers.
9) Anything except Polymer pistols.
These are pics from when I got it from a member here. They're really good, so I'm using them again.