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 1944 INLAND; ROCK ISLAND INSPECTION STAMP

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PostSubject: 1944 INLAND; ROCK ISLAND INSPECTION STAMP   Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:07 am

I am considering purchasing a 1944 Inland M1 in excellent, possibly unissued condition. However, the Rock Island inspection stamp is "FK" (Frank Krack). My research indicates that Mr. Krack spent two separate tours at Rock Island: one in 1940, when he inspected Colt 1911 and 1911A1 pistols; the other after the War, 1945-46, when he inspected rearsenaled guns. Since he was not at the arsenal in 1944, I'm concerned that the stock might not be authentic to the gun. Is it possible that a 1944 gun could have been inspected by Mr. Krack in 1945-46? There are no rearsenal stamps/marks on the gun. Any information on this would be appreciated.
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