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    When did they got from half slot to pressed escuteons on the PU Izhvesk? 43? I'm not at home and asking quickly as I look over a pile. 44 would be pressed yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic View Post
    When did they got from half slot to pressed escuteons on the PU Izhvesk? 43? I'm not at home and asking quickly as I look over a pile. 44 would be pressed yes?
    Izhevsk PUs went from half liner both ends to full pressed liners both ends sometime early in 1944.







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    I know that I have a '43 Izhevsk with the half liners. Probably '44 or sometime late in '43?

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    Hmm...just looked at a '44 Izhevsk and it has half liners, too, but these are refurbs so I don't know which is original.

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    Tula was using pressed in full liners in 44.
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    There is a 44 here with half
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    It looks good but I thought it was too late. I'm having brain farts today. Nice matched date scope- 1944
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic View Post
    It looks good but I thought it was too late. I'm having brain farts today. Nice matched date scope- 1944
    Definitely wouldn't stop me if it's a nice one. I've seen lots of ИЛ marked half-liner PU stocks.







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    Yes early 1944 PU snipers still have half liners.

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