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    No hit, but here are some close numbers:...

    No hit, but here are some close numbers:
    236589RI 05/11/2 6 US ARMY TROOPS IN CHINA
    236592 08/11/42 USNR (TURNED IN)
    236597 03/27/21 PANAMA CANAL ZONE
    236603 12/01/25 LITTLE ROCK...
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    My 1922 M1 does not have a cocking knob. If it...

    My 1922 M1 does not have a cocking knob. If it does not cock when the bolt handle is lifted, I guess you could pull the headless cocking piece back with padded pliers.
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    No hit...closest numbers below: 349305 99C ...

    No hit...closest numbers below:
    349305 99C 02/19/36 SECOND CORPS AREA
    349548 99C 02/19/36 SECOND CORPS AREA
    349951 99C 08/01/43 WWII DONATION TO US NAVY
  4. Thread: Srs check

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    Does it have all the NM characteristics? Pictures...

    Does it have all the NM characteristics? Pictures would help. If sold to a member of the military, it will not show up in the DCM records which SRS used for the lists.
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    Not listed. Here are the two closest numbers: ...

    Not listed. Here are the two closest numbers:

    274129 RI 07/17/18 RIA (GAUGED)
    274148 01/11/33 NY NG
  6. For Sale: SPRINGFIELD M1922 M1 NRA Sales 22 caliber rifle

    I have for sale a Springfield M1922 M1 22 caliber rifle. It is in the NRA Sales rifle stock. It has the original M1 style bolt that is numbered to the rifle ( i.e., has not been converted to the M2...
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    I just noticed that it had a straight bolt...

    I just noticed that it had a straight bolt handle. If it is a NM, it would have had a bright, numbered, and swept back bolt.
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    You might want to check #1261036 for National...

    You might want to check #1261036 for National Match characteristics. From SRS data:
    1260998 05/04/33 NY STATE ARS GOVS ISLAND
    1261038 05/24/24 DCM RIFLE SALES 1922-42
    1261043 05/04/33...
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    728shooter, You are missing the fact that Mark1...

    728shooter,
    You are missing the fact that Mark1 never called his rifles M1903-A4s. He plainly stated that they were M1903-A3s.
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    728shooter, Mark1's rifles are M1903-A3 not...

    728shooter,
    Mark1's rifles are M1903-A3 not M1903A4.
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    728shooter, Please note that the font size on...

    728shooter,
    Please note that the font size on the A4 is smaller than the font on the A3. That is the reason the Z is stamped above on the A3's.........they didn't have as much room on the A3's as...
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    The sight ladder is not Remington.

    The sight ladder is not Remington.
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    Cartouches placed a little bit different than...

    Cartouches placed a little bit different than normally seen, but definitely original and good ( IMO ). Is it a pistol grip or a "scant" stock?
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    If it is in a scant stock,it is FAKE. Remington...

    If it is in a scant stock,it is FAKE. Remington only used the scant stock on late M1903A4 rifles and the cartouche would have included the RA.
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    The serial number font was smaller on the A4.

    The serial number font was smaller on the A4.
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    First for me. What is the serial number?

    First for me. What is the serial number?
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    All of the re-production M1903A4 rifles ( sold by...

    All of the re-production M1903A4 rifles ( sold by Rock Island and others ) were built on recovered drill rifle receivers.
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    RLB cartouche is correct for most of the...

    RLB cartouche is correct for most of the Remington M1903 production and I think is correct for your serial number.
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    MK1 Restoration

    Looks like you have the correct cut off and spindle, but your trigger is not a MK1. I think I have an original MK1 stock somewhere but it is a little rough having come off a drill rifle. Let me know...
  20. You should try Warpath Vintage ( Chuckindenver )...

    You should try Warpath Vintage ( Chuckindenver ) He is great and is an advertiser on this forum.
  21. What indication do you see that the stock was...

    What indication do you see that the stock was made in 1940? From what I can see, it is definitely a pre WW2 stock.
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    Only the "C" stocks produced in the late '30s...

    Only the "C" stocks produced in the late '30s will have the drawing number. Springfield started producing the "C" stock in 1929.
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    Did you remove the bands?

    Did you remove the bands?
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    The staking is normal for M1917s. I have observed...

    The staking is normal for M1917s. I have observed it on many M1917s. I don't remember if it was on a particular maker or on all makers.
  25. Could be an arsenal product, but we need pictures...

    Could be an arsenal product, but we need pictures to make a better guess.
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