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Old October 5, 2012, 06:37 AM   #5
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The number on the butt is always the serial number. On earlier guns the number in the crane is an assembly number used only by the workers at the factory to keep the various components together during assembly.

On guns that typically came with target stocks that covered the base of the butt, they would stamp the serial number in the crane. Your 30-1 did not come with target stocks so the number in the crane is not relevant as a serial number.
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