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What are these?

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by SPDguns, May 31, 2020.

  1. SPDguns

    SPDguns Sharpshooter

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    These came in a box of M1 Garand and Carbine stuff. What are they?

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    Im not a expert by any means but the only time i have seen something/anything like this is the tool to remove the breech plug from a black powder rifle. Someone else may not have had any ideal either and just put it in the box thinking it with these guns.
     
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    Garand handguard clip tool on right.
     
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    Item on the left looks to be a gauge, but it's not ringing any bells.
     
  5. SPDguns

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    Carbine barrel wrench? I don't have a carbine to check it against.
     
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    I think this is closer to the mark. The cutout allows more even pressure around the action when it’s clamped in a vise for barrel work.
     
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