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    Dear Sir: Thank you so much for the courtesy of...

    Dear Sir:
    Thank you so much for the courtesy of looking!
    Best regards,
    H.T.
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    SRS M1903 Request for Serial No. 380340

    Any information on the subject rifle would be most appreciated. H.T. Rea, Katy, Texas
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    Gentlemen: I've read with interest the subsequent comments to my earlier postings. I thought I would clarify what went down. I did not receive any comments back from my original message so I went...
  4. Thought I would clarify a bit on the sale as the...

    Thought I would clarify a bit on the sale as the previous gentleman's comments refer to an "auction sale". I agree with his comments about auctions and their associated prices not necessarily being...
  5. For general information to the gallery, the rifle...

    For general information to the gallery, the rifle sold for $1995 on GunsInternational. Regards, H.T.
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    Dear Jim, Thanks so much for the courtesy of...

    Dear Jim, Thanks so much for the courtesy of your reply! Best regards, H.T.
  7. Value and Venue for Sale of M1896, Serial No 53420

    Greetings! You may have seen my request for information on another M1896. It's an upgrade to this one and I don't need two. Any suggestions I what I should ask for it? And the best venue to sell...
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    SRS REquest for M1896, Serial Number 63388

    Greetings! Any information available on this serial number? Anything would be greatly appreciated. Best regards, H.T. Rea, Katy, Texas
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    M1903A3 - Original Metal Finishes

    Greetings! I was going through my box of spares the other day and ran across a bolt made by Remington stamped with an R in a circle on the extractor ring. (It didn't come with an extractor) ...
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    M1903 Mark I Bolt Markings

    Greetings! I recently purchased a Mark I in very nice condition the original black Parkerizing and all the Mark I components are present. But the bolt is a replacement. I know this because I have...
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    Question on M1903 Mark I Sight Leaf

    Hi folks! Question for you. I have recently acquired a Mark I with really great metal. Was the sight leaf originally polished bright or finished black? With the passage of time, it is hard to...
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    Don't have it in my hands to respond definitely,...

    Don't have it in my hands to respond definitely, but I did go over the parts with the gentleman. He went to the CMP website where there is an article on the different components and we had a...
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    My thoughts precisely. Thought I would bounce it...

    My thoughts precisely. Thought I would bounce it off of those with greater knowledge than myself. The price of the rifle was negotiated downward appropriately due to this fact. Thanks so much for...
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    M1903 Mark I Stock Question

    Greetings! I am in the process of purchasing a Mark I rifle. All the metal components for a Mark I is there but the indentation for the stock is missing adjacent to the ejection port. The stock...
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    Thanks so much for your information! Regards, H.T.
  16. WWII M1911A1 High Standard Barrel, Finish on Feedramp

    Folks, I recently picked up a NOS High Standard barrel for my Remington Rand. The feedramp is Dulite coated as well. So were they polished and then finished? Or should the ramp be bright polished?...
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    Thanks!

    To all that have responded, thank you! You have provided several leads that I shall investigate. Best regards, H.T. Rea
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    P1907 Bayonet Search

    Greetings fellow collectors! My eldest son recently purchased a 1917 BSA No . 1 Mk III* in very nice condition (say NRA Excellent). I would like to purchase him a bayonet in similar condition with...
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    M2 Paratrooper Knife

    Gentlemen: I need your help. Specifically, (1) the approximate value of an M2 knife in 95% condition with original lanyard and (2) the best place to sell it. I bought it over 40 years ago and it...
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    Cleaning M1910 Scabbard Canvas

    Need some help on the best (and non-destructive) way to clean the canvas body of a recently acquired M1910 scabbard for the long Springfield bayonet. It appears to be covered in good, old dirt; but,...
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    Thanks for Recommendations!

    Gentlemen: Thanks so much for your input as to how to best straitening the tip on my bayonet. Using a variety of the suggestions, I ended up using a brass hammer to fix the tip. I really liked the...
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    Tip Repair for M1905 Bayonet

    Hi Gentlemen! Need your help and input. Just bought a really nice M1905 bayonet manufactured by Springfield in 1919. Its in fantastic shape but...... about the first 1/4" of the tip has a slight...
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    dcm450shtr@comcast.net I exchanged emails with...

    dcm450shtr@comcast.net I exchanged emails with Mr. Bentz a few months ago on his reproduction USMC front sight cover, so he is still out there. Regards
  24. I have tried vinegar unsuccessfully. I've used...

    I have tried vinegar unsuccessfully. I've used Pecard Leather oil on my other scabbards and while it does not dissolve the crud it acts as a slurry to carry it out while I gently rotate the swivel. ...
  25. American M1873 Bayonet Scabbard Frog - Inability to rotate.

    All, Does anyone have a solution to freeing the swivel that has corroded together because of verdigris (copper acetate) that does not harm the adjacent leather? This is a Rock Island frog with the...
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