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    I did not remember but there were two Krupp guns...

    I did not remember but there were two Krupp guns but this was not known until the capture. One was called Leopold which was shipped to the USA and the other Robert which is on
    display in Europe
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    Looks like Anzio Annie

    Looks like Anzio Annie
  3. early post WW2 M70 bolt

    Here is a photo on my M70 target from around 1947 which I believe is the second variation bolt safety. Caliber 30 Govt101705101706
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    Mark 1*** G prefix serial number

    I have a Mark 1*** Enfield 1904 with the last serial number G 839 (bolt is G 837) and it came from a pawn shop in GA back in the late 70's. My friend sold it to me a few years ago, it would appear...
  5. That early bolt with the early safety is going to...

    That early bolt with the early safety is going to be difficult to find. Looks like 1940 dated barrel ? The US was buying M70 rifles in 30 Govt at the start of WW2
  6. Check under the barrel for a date: example 42...

    Check under the barrel for a date: example 42 would be 1942 and of course the caliber will be marked.
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    Some Model shop receivers have surfaced over the...

    Some Model shop receivers have surfaced over the years having been rebuilt to later configurations. Serial number 19 was in Wisconsin with a LMR barrel years ago
    and serial number 23 was restored...
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    11x59r Cartridge

    Also known as the 11mm Vickers as used on aircraft, this modern loading of the old 11mm Gras was the aircraft balloon cartridge too. In the USA they were manufacture by Western during 1917 and 18. ...
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    Model 1903 and 1903A3 stocks

    Mike, your right on the stocks and because I would never put a 1903 into a 1903A3 stock, I made the wrong statement, they do fit. I do have a NOS 1942 Rock Island scant stock for the 1903 or 1903A1...
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    Do you think a stock bolt installation is...

    Do you think a stock bolt installation is necessary for the 9,3x62mm ? I know that 338 and 375 calibers have a stock bolt (s) ?

    I did notice on the CMP website that some guys were talking about...
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    Yes, you are correct

    Yes, you are correct
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    stock in photo

    The stock in your photos is only for the Model 1903A3 or 1903A4 and not the Model 1903.

    A new stock as original military surplus should have some markings such as the 1903A3 stock in my photos. ...
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    Looks like the GI on the left with the M1928A1...

    Looks like the GI on the left with the M1928A1 without stock does the tank checking but may not have to check this one !
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    The stock in the photo is inletted for the Model...

    The stock in the photo is inletted for the Model 1903 and 1903A1 receiver, the Models 1903A3 &A4 do not have the radius contour around the
    front receiver trigger guard screw. The 1903A3 & A4 have a...
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    The Lee Enfield Marks 1 though 111 used a bushing...

    The Lee Enfield Marks 1 though 111 used a bushing around the front trigger guard screw while the Model 1903 used a rear
    bushing around the rear trigger guard screw. Easy part to make too.
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    always looking for the best trigger (s)

    My photo shows a Ruger No 3 that has a heavy 308 Win barrel, stock is birdseye maple which I don't care to work with again. Had to drill both the butt stock screw hole and the fore-end 45 degree...
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    double set triggers ?

    While double set Mauser type triggers would also be very German, I do not know if they are an asset on a 9,3x62mm. There are a lot of nice custom triggers around and even the factory trigger can be...
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    Very German -Austrian with the trap for extra...

    Very German -Austrian with the trap for extra cartridges, are you going to use a metal pistol grip cap ? Excellent choice of hunting cartridge too. I have
    done some stocks over the years, most...
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    MacArthur want to use atomic bombs on the Chinese...

    MacArthur want to use atomic bombs on the Chinese too.

    There was a story about MacArthur in Chicago in 1952, his Chrysler limo hit some guys fender in a parking lot. MacArthur rolled down
    his...
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    Special Purpose 7,62mm cartridges

    I have a few special purpose 7,62mm NATO cartridges that were found over the years, nothing really rare but still interesting;

    My photo left to right:

    1) 7,62mm M160 frangible 2) early red...
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    I believe the 7,62mm M160 was developed as a...

    I believe the 7,62mm M160 was developed as a training cartridge, as to the weapon or weapons intended to be modified I do not have any idea ?
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    7,62mm and 30 cal Frangible cartridges

    My photo shows a 7,62mm Frangible cartridge head stamped FA 63 next to the 30 cal frangible M22 cartridge of WW2. The M22 was used to train aircraft gunners during WW2 by shooting at a special...
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    I would agree with BAR, ROK troops

    I would agree with BAR, ROK troops
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    those boots look black color and are not the type...

    those boots look black color and are not the type used during the Korean War. Bet the photo is from 1959 or early 60's
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    Also there was nice blued PPSh 41 with a nice...

    Also there was nice blued PPSh 41 with a nice stock presented by the Russians to the late Lord Inverchapel of Loch Elk who was the British
    Ambassador to Russia from 1942 to 1946.
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