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Old 06-16-2017, 11:48 AM
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Hello,
I purchased a box of rifle parts a few years ago and these were in it. Look like a heat shields, but I have no idea what they go to, or if they are even gun parts. Figured somebody here could help identify.



I think they fit together like this:

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It looks like a PPSh-41..... and I'm wrong

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Looks like it's from a gas furnace or clothes dryer
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Idea for a new product. Write a application for a smart phone where you can scan an item and then ask for identification through the phone. Hmmmm
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Could be a special wrench use to adjust milling machine tables
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Top one for sure looks like a cover, even a cut out for a gas tube. Interesting.... Bottom line, its illegal in CA . HA!
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Top one for sure looks like a cover, even a cut out for a gas tube. Interesting.... Bottom line, its illegal in CA . HA!
I was thinking the same thing. I'm sure the two pieces go together. As you pointed out, it looks like the top piece is made to contain a gas tube. I think something like a circular ring or spring slides into the raised ring to hold the parts together.

It was in a box with a bunch of HK parts
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Perhaps something in the family of many PEWS at a time.
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It looks like it is from a 1940-1950ish Russin/Soviet rifle. It could also be from some odd-ball rifle like a Hakim.


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Looks like a "shoulder thing that goes up" to me. They question is: to what gun?
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Detachable grenade launcher??
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Any other ideas?
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Portuguese AR10 handguard heat shield (minus the rear fiber handguad pieces). You're welcome.
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Portuguese AR10 handguard heat shield (minus the rear fiber handguad pieces). You're welcome.
That's what they are! Thank you very much!
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