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    Here is a decent Springfield M1905 with RIA...

    Here is a decent Springfield M1905 with RIA scabbard to entertain meanwhile.

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2021/04/RFvARDt-1.jpg...
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    Yes, you are correct. The early bolt does not...

    Yes, you are correct. The early bolt does not have a cocking knob.

    But some pictures and more information would help!
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    Here is a video, showing a little about the...

    Here is a video, showing a little about the differences on the MI and the M2 bolt. Unfortunately, it does not go further than to demonstrate how to remove the bolt head on the earlier model.
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    Will the bolt open and close? Can you remove the...

    Will the bolt open and close? Can you remove the bolt? Can you pull the cocking knob back with the bolt closed? Is the sear in working order?

    We need more info, please. Some pictures will help...
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    If it has two matching mags, it might be worth...

    If it has two matching mags, it might be worth it. One matching mag, maybe $1,100 on a brisk day of bidding.

    If no matching mag, then it is 100% overpriced.
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    For myself, guns with refinished metal drop in...

    For myself, guns with refinished metal drop in value drastically.
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    The Model 1917 has gone up in value along with...

    The Model 1917 has gone up in value along with everything else. If you have $7-800 in the end, you will be right in the ballpark of a low end example.
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    Commercial pre-war High Power pistols with the...

    Commercial pre-war High Power pistols with the fixed rear sight were built in the 9,000 to 12,000 serial range, according to Vanderlinden, FN Browning Pistols. They would also exhibit the slot for...
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    There were also Government inspectors at the Colt...

    There were also Government inspectors at the Colt factory, and they marked major parts with their stamp. Your barrel still has a visible inspector stamp, and you will most likely see one on the rear...
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    Assuredly an M1917 US Property pistol. As it was...

    Assuredly an M1917 US Property pistol. As it was made in the summer of 1918, it most likely went directly to Europe as the major offensives were being implemented, and all available arms were being...
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    The Eagle over S20 is done by an inspector at the...

    The Eagle over S20 is done by an inspector at the Springfield Armory, when it was accepted for military purposes.

    Yours surely had the US property marks and Army number scrubbed. Fortunately, the...
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    That should have US Army Model 1917 forward of...

    That should have US Army Model 1917 forward of the lanyard swivel, and No. (Approx. 80,000) rearward of the swivel on the butt frame. The wooden grips have been replaced with civilian grips. It was...
  13. I think that the stock you have is much better...

    I think that the stock you have is much better than the cheap sporter stock. But if you can ever find an original NRA Sporter stock, it would really compliment the action.
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    It sounds like a very typical post-war rebuild. ...

    It sounds like a very typical post-war rebuild. If bore is nice and it is not a reclaimed drill rifle, then $7-900 is pretty usual these days.
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    Value? I could see that bringing $3-4000 on a day of...

    I could see that bringing $3-4000 on a day of brisk bidding here in the U.S.
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    I have an NPM carbine with original flip sight,...

    I have an NPM carbine with original flip sight, and has a square font S, and no TN. Here are the best pics I have.

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2021/02/vnYbNgy-1.jpg...
  17. Thread: 1903 Modified

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    As it is a rebuild, an 03-A3 stock without...

    As it is a rebuild, an 03-A3 stock without grasping grooves would be fine
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    It appears to be a full Remington M1903 barreled...

    It appears to be a full Remington M1903 barreled action which has seen an arsenal overhaul with parkerized finish. Serial number should have three more Xs, as in, 309XXXX. It would need an RLB...
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    The receiver was likely purchased from one of any...

    The receiver was likely purchased from one of any number of European countries, post-WWI. It was stamped by the Germans after capture. The Finns built it into a serviceable weapon for the...
  20. I've seen many pictures of PU sniper scopes, but...

    I've seen many pictures of PU sniper scopes, but never with a copper part. Doesn't mean it isn't legit. Turrets look good. Scope mount looks good. Bolt handles is right. Proper sniper scope...
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    I sold some Civil War era guns for a fellow ca....

    I sold some Civil War era guns for a fellow ca. 2016. One of the muskets was built on a leftover Maynard "High Hump" receiver. It surprised the heck out of me when the bid went beyond $3,000.
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    I'm not seeing the RA (Remington Arsenal). ...

    I'm not seeing the RA (Remington Arsenal). Perhaps it is in a Smith Corona stock?

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2021/01/P4gTPLcl-1.jpg
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    Sticky: Here is a link to mine ...

    Here is a link to mine

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=54928
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    It was presented here around 6 years ago. It is...

    It was presented here around 6 years ago. It is really a gorgeous gun.

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=54928
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    What was the distance for shooting? I am...

    What was the distance for shooting? I am contemplating the repro scope for my Savage No.4 (T) Less Telescope.

    My Weaver will group well at 200 yards, but the eye relief is set too far rearward....
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