|Inland Mfg. Div. General Motors 9-44
|swivel unmarked, KI on band (Inland)
|PI (Packard Mfg. Co. of Indianapolis for Inland)
|IO (Overton for Inland)
|Q-RMC (Rock-Ola for Quality Hardware)
Handguard and slingwell of stock do not have last 4 digits of receiver serial number. Right side of stock has ordnance crossed cannons. Centerfire Systems catalog 7/20/1995 lists the stock as a highwood HI (Inland), 96-01 as a "J stock". It would appear the highwood stock the carbine returned from Austria with was swapped out for the "J stock" while the carbine was still for sale at Centerfire Systems.
|I.R. Co. 7160060 (International Register Company & part #)
|Operating Spring Tunnel Housing
|D.I. (Dayton Mold Co. for Inland)
The original Bavaria agency marking was ground off and covered with a black paint like substance. The Bavaria Rural Police marking was stamped a letter at a time into top of receiver to left of bolt, over the previously removed marking. Who removed the agency markings were private gun brokers who owned the carbines after they were used by Germany. This carbine was sold to Austria and Austria did not alter any prior German markings, or a lack thereof. This carbine was likely restamped by a gun broker prior to its sale to Austria.
|A.I. left lug (Inland)
|NI (National Cash Register Co. of Dayton, OH for Inland)
Last four digits of receiver serial number electropenciled into the top of the bolt.
|N (National Postal Meter)
|RI (Reece Button Hole Machine Co. of Boston for Inland)
|LT-Q (Ludlow Typograph Co. of Chicago for Quality Hardware)
|Trigger Housing Pin
|J.A.O. (J.A. Otterbein)
|HI (H&R Machine Co. for Inland)
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