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Unread 03-05-2023, 04:34 PM   #1
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Default 1929 SC SBT Barrel Flat Codes Help Needed

Please see the pictures; I think I've deciphered two codes as 1. the struck barrel weight (3lb 2oz) and 2. March 1935 Service Section Remington Repair Code (AD 3).

However, on either side of the weight and proof marks are two other codes that look like HT/A A (on the left) and the numeral 4 (far right). Are these inspection stamps?

Like much in life, I don't have clue but will wager someone does....help?

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The large A by itself is the grade or type steel in the barrel. Acme. I believe. M
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The number four would be the grade, C, I believe. M
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A D 3 is a Remington service ir repair code.





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Thank you, all, for your replies and help. The code that's most puzzling is the small strikes that look like HT over A to the left of the Acme steel A.

Maybe it's H7? Any guesses or ideas?

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Thank you, all, for your replies and help. The code that's most puzzling is the small strikes that look like HT over A to the left of the Acme steel A.

Maybe it's H7? Any guesses or ideas?

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The most accepted meaning of HT/A is High Tensile Alloy.





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