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    Default Parts recognition?

    Anyone a clue?

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    Both numbered 5 35
    2981 on one
    2982 on other

    Grooved full length along upper edge.

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    Best guess ....

    Removable keys, custom fitted to specific assemblies.

    The curved end could match the curved end of a keyway cut by a woodruff cutter and the hole might help in removal.

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    kind of hard to see in the pic but they appear to be case hardened?...nice blues and yellows...I added a pic of the groove.

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    They resemble bolt stops for a rem 700
    Or cartridge interruptors for a old bolt rifle

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    yes, I am almost certain they are gun parts..they were in with other parts but we can't identify these....if someone can identify them and can use them I would send them out.

    most of the parts they were in with were of German WW1-2 origin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwananew10K View Post
    yes, I am almost certain they are gun parts..they were in with other parts but we can't identify these....if someone can identify them and can use them I would send them out.

    most of the parts they were in with were of German WW1-2 origin.
    Before Picatinny rails existed.... might be some form of accessory mount, then.

    Not my area of expertise, but what was Weird-Adolph's equivalent to a rifle grenade launcher? Or the M-14 retainer clips mounted in an M-151? Or magazine reloading aids?

    Must be a website or several out there full of fotos of all the Wermacht's odds and sods of kit?

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    if 2 similar parts have any difference including a size tolerance on one feature than 2 drawings are made and 2 part numbers
    could be a feature thans .2500 on one part and on other part its .2498
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    other times its a drawing revision change and rather than say same part number rev 1 and rev 2 they just generate a separate part number for each part
    other times if part number is 1234 and rev 1 it might be part number 12341
    and if part 1234 rev 2 it might be part number 12342, basically combining part number and rev number


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