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    Wrong Picture 03/09/2013

    You might have guessed that the picture of the action is my Ross not my Lee. I am on drugs is my excuse and I'm sticking to it. Regards.
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    Bolt Numbers My Rem-Lee .303

    Here is a picture of numbers on my bolt. These appear to be assembly numbers as bear no relation to the serial number of the rifle.[/SIZE]
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    6 mm Lee

    Please consider putting up some pictures.
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    .303 Br Rem-Lee Sporter

    Thanks , Green, for the info. Please consider putting up some pictures. Especially interested in the 303 marking on the barrel, the Lyman sight and the shape of the lips on the magazine. Looks like...
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    MY 303 Br 1899 REM-LEE SPORTER

    Hope I am uploading these photos. Barrel is stamped Remington and 303 is marked as in the 7.65 of another poster. Unfortunately the metal has been refinished as evidenced by the elimination of some...
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    7.65 1899

    Thanks again for the great photos. That "N.Y.S. S.A. F. " marking is of considerable interest. New York State ........?????. 757 looks like a rack number or issue number for some specific...
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    7.65 1899

    Is the serial number in the correct range for a sporter? I have one in the correct serial range that is marked ".303". It is marked in the same type of script as yours, but on the bottom of the...
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