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32wcf stinger carbine. Is this receiver messed with?
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20210707_131526.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131454.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131444.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131553.jpgImage EnlargerPicked up my new 1892 carbine today. Serial Number 750540

Buying it I thought the receiver had been cold blued or something, but now I have it home I seems strange the only the left side of the receiver looks like it has been messed with. What do you think? Is this a very old attempt to reblue the  receiver?

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Looks like natural aging to me.

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I agree that the receiver is “naturally aged” by use.  The ring on the left side does tend to protect that side from the wear associated with handling and loading abuse that the right side encounters.  

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Oh that’s great thanks for that, I’ve just never seen a receiver have a small uneven patch of bluing like this.

 

Here’s a better photo of that side20210708_053712.jpgImage Enlarger

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I can’t recall seeing an Aussie 1892 that’s led a easy life. Looks honest to me.

 

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That wear pattern is exactly what I would expect to see from right handed person or persons toting this gun.

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Aussie Owen said

20210707_131526.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131454.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131444.jpgImage Enlarger20210707_131553.jpgImage EnlargerPicked up my new 1892 carbine today. Serial Number 750540

Buying it I thought the receiver had been cold blued or something, but now I have it home I seems strange the only the left side of the receiver looks like it has been messed with. What do you think? Is this a very old attempt to reblue the  receiver?  

Stinger marked full mag carbines are not easy to find. nice one Chris

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I’m just curious about what the “stinger” designation means.

I see that it is marked on the barrel.

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jampard said
I’m just curious about what the “stinger” designation means.

I see that it is marked on the barrel.  

The Stinger, was factory marked for Brisbane Aust gun shop owned by Perry Bros.

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Here are a few other examples.

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