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  1. At least you got all the parts. I would fix it...

    At least you got all the parts. I would fix it myself rather than trust a "fix" by the auction house.
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    I saw a lot of odd things when the CMP was...

    I saw a lot of odd things when the CMP was selling the VFW/AL Krags. One that I saw in the rack was a 99 carbine that had a duffle cut under the band. Reason for that ?????
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    My Winchester is in the 141 thousand range, and...

    My Winchester is in the 141 thousand range, and from the only picture that I took of the top of the receiver, I can't see any color difference. I will get it out of the safe and take it out in the...
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    I was with the seller 40 years ago when he bought...

    I was with the seller 40 years ago when he bought it. I thought it was original then and I still do. Scott Duffs WW2 Garand book doesn't have many around this serial number, but of the ones that he...
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    Line Materials also had a plant in Zanesville, OH...

    Line Materials also had a plant in Zanesville, OH ( home of the Y bridge ). It was a McGraw Edison transformer plant when I visited it in the late '70s.
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    109415109414109416Last pictures of the '42...

    109415109414109416Last pictures of the '42 Winchester
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    109409109410109411109412109413More '42 Winchester...

    109409109410109411109412109413More '42 Winchester pictures
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    109397109396109398109399109400109401109402109403Mo...

    109397109396109398109399109400109401109402109403More pictures of the '42 Winchester
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    Early '42 Winchester

    I will try to post a few pictures of an early Winchester Garand that I just bought. Comments are welcome.109388109387109389109390109391109392109393
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    Probably built on a recovered 03A3 drill rifle...

    Probably built on a recovered 03A3 drill rifle receiver. I won 100 of the drill rifles in the CMP auction several years ago, and all of the big guys such as Sarco and Numrich called me to try to buy...
  11. Thread: Rem 1903

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    Check your PM re: the milled Remington band.

    Check your PM re: the milled Remington band.
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    Looks like a very nice Remington M1903-A3. Of...

    Looks like a very nice Remington M1903-A3. Of course, whether it is a good buy or not depends on the total price.
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    Picture of the front screw hole.

    Picture of the front screw hole.
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    Can you post some pictures?

    Can you post some pictures?
  15. The SA 28 barrel indicates that the rifle was...

    The SA 28 barrel indicates that the rifle was likely built at SA using the RIA receiver. RIA transferred a lot of parts including receivers ( finished and unfinished ) to SA during the late 20's. The...
  16. The SA DAL stands for Springfield Armory and...

    The SA DAL stands for Springfield Armory and Donald A Leary ( inspector at Springfield ). The double P's indicate a rebuild. What is marked on the top of the barrel behind the front sight?
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    I can help with the firing pin and sleeve, but I...

    I can help with the firing pin and sleeve, but I don't have a SC bolt body.
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    It's actually a "theater knife", i.e as made in...

    It's actually a "theater knife", i.e as made in the theater of operations. Made during WW2 anywhere service men had access to metal working equipment and scrap material from crashed airplanes. etc....
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    Help to ID M1922 M1 scope base

    Before listing this M1922 M1 NRA Sales rifle for sale, I would like to know who made this side mount scope base106069106070106071
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    A 1921 NM rifle would have looked just like a...

    A 1921 NM rifle would have looked just like a standard service rifle with a full length straight stock, hand guard, front bayonet band, and a rear barrel sight. The receiver sight was probably added...
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    One of the gunsmiths who frequents this forum (...

    One of the gunsmiths who frequents this forum ( chuckindenver ), recommends removing the barrel first. Once you have removed the transverse pin, and the front sight ( if you plan on reusing it ),...
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    For Sale: Krag Gallery Practice 22 caliber rifle

    WTS...M1898 Gallery Practice 22 caliber rifle made in 1907. Uses the regular Krag center fire bolt and an eccentric bore with an auxillary extrctor. Comes in a stock with an 1899 cartouche. Nice...
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    The milling cuts on the rear bridge appeared on...

    The milling cuts on the rear bridge appeared on late Remington M1903 receivers when there was trouble in developing the 03-A3 rear sight. In order to meet production schedules, Remington starting...
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    Probably not the best candidate for restoration...

    Probably not the best candidate for restoration due to the receiver sight, missing rear barrel sight, and the high cost of the stock, hand guard, and metal parts such as bands,bolts, etc.
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    With a Sedgely, without a serial number, it's...

    With a Sedgely, without a serial number, it's hard to tell what you are getting. Could be a low number. He used some , apparently after "re-heat treating" them.
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