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  1. When the M70 was introduced, the scope sight was...

    When the M70 was introduced, the scope sight was not in wide use and those that were in use were mounted high so the M70 safety was not a problem. As scope mounts became lower, using the original...
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    While it was true that the P1914 rifle was...

    While it was true that the P1914 rifle was initially fitted with a long range Volly Sight that was supposed to be used from 1600 to 2600 yards, in practice, it proved to be ineffectual and the sight...
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    According to an article in the American Rifleman...

    According to an article in the American Rifleman Magazine dated September 1969 the ammunition used at the 1963 National matches was LC 63 NM. I quote:"By 1963 production capacity at Frankford...
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    We used to call them "monkey drills" and the "S"...

    We used to call them "monkey drills" and the "S" stocked M1903's was much easier to handle than the "C": stocks when doing the Queen Anne's salute and the fancy manual of arms or the 21 count...
  5. Hi I believe that those were Peruvian Mausers. ...

    Hi
    I believe that those were Peruvian Mausers. I bought two, one was OK, but the other had a hole rusted through the receiver ring. I was going to return it but some guy wanted it and I sold it. ...
  6. I have one last comment about your .243 varmint...

    I have one last comment about your .243 varmint rifle. As I have previously indicated, it was manufactured in the first year of the post 64 rifles production and was offered only in 243 and as a...
  7. In the final days, 03A3 barrels were selling...

    In the final days, 03A3 barrels were selling through the DCM for $0,99. I bought several and some were 4 groove SC's. I still have one 4 groove SC and one Remington 2 groove still in the wrap. If...
  8. As I have previously indicated, your rifle was an...

    As I have previously indicated, your rifle was an early post-64, (probably first year of production) model by serial number. I believe that your rifle came before Winchester offered barreled...
  9. Why not GOOGLE for a Winchester M70 Post 64...

    Why not GOOGLE for a Winchester M70 Post 64 Varmint or sporter stock. Make sure it is for a post 64 stock
    FWIW
  10. To me this looks like an early post 64 M70 as...

    To me this looks like an early post 64 M70 as indicated by the firing pin cap. The later caps were smooth, polished and blued. After the post 64 was introduced, it was the subject of much criticism...
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    Date of manufacture of Bull Gun is 1957 FWIW

    Date of manufacture of Bull Gun is 1957
    FWIW
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    In 40+years of high Power competition, (I made...

    In 40+years of high Power competition, (I made master in 1960 and elected to be a Lifetime Master in 1962) I have never seen a factory made pre 64 Target M70 in .308, though I do not doubt that you...
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    Types of Winchester M70 target rifles. Imgur:...

    Types of Winchester M70 target rifles.
    Imgur: The magic of the Internet
    The M70 NM was very rare. Someone indicated that there were only ~2000 manufactured
    Target Model was the most popular....
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    I am not an expert, but the fact that the barrel...

    I am not an expert, but the fact that the barrel has "NM" inscribed on the barrel between the cylinder rings on the left side, seems to indicate that the rifle is a 1963 NM. This mark was, as I...
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    Value? That M70 Target rifle may have a Dunlap style...

    That M70 Target rifle may have a Dunlap style stock but it is not an original Dunlap rifle. I knew and shot with Roy on occasion. I have seen many of his rifles on the firing line though I could...
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    Value? tenOC I re-examined the pictured parts. The top...

    tenOC
    I re-examined the pictured parts.
    The top op slide has a hard to read P/N with the "w" on the bottom of the well and came off an IBM M1 that I bought thru the DCM for $20.
    The top TG Assy...
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    Value? tenOC I do not have any good pictures. My...

    tenOC
    I do not have any good pictures. My pictures do not come out well. Here is what I have now.
    Imgur: The magic of the Internet
    All of my parts date to parts from an U S Army armorer from...
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    Value? Trying to know value, if any, for insurance and...

    Trying to know value, if any, for insurance and heirs.

    Final question:
    Operating Slide with boxed "P" in the well and part number and a "W" stamped on bottom of well. Anything unusual?

    For...
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    Value? Thanks to all for the responses

    Thanks to all for the responses
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    Value? Some parts I picked up in the 1960's from an...

    Some parts I picked up in the 1960's from an armorer who had been instructed to sent to salvage.
    Stock new un issued GI- probably post war replacement
    Bolt new complete, unissued marked A.1 and a...
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    Value? M1 Carbine parts value

    What is the value of:
    1. New GI carbine stock. No hardware. No marks proof or otherwise.
    2. New round carbine bolt. Never installed no wear marks?
    Thanks.
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    I am no expert, but evidently the Savage 720...

    I am no expert, but evidently the Savage 720 shotgun was used by the US Military and is covered in the TM 9-285 pages 193-233. If you GOOGLE "TM 9-285" or "Savage 720 Shotgun Disassembly" there...
  23. Thread: VE Day

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    My father was in the Argonne with the AEF om...

    My father was in the Argonne with the AEF om 11/11/1918
  24. Thread: VE Day

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    VE Day

    Did every one over look the fact that this is VE day? Those of us who served in the ETO remember.
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    Apertures Here is a picture of Redfield M66...

    Apertures
    Here is a picture of Redfield M66 Sight and apertures (on left) and Lyman 17A SF with apertures (on Right. Notice that on the Redfield apertures one tab is larger than the other .
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