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    FTIII, thanks for the feeback. Doubtful I'll hunt...

    FTIII, thanks for the feeback. Doubtful I'll hunt with it as time has, IMO, transformed my dad's rifle from "just" a tool into a rare, relatively valuable antique. There are plenty of "lesser,"...
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    >>> Have one in .303" calibre marked on bottom of...

    >>> Have one in .303" calibre marked on bottom of barrel also 303 stamped on tg and another place. S/n 755xx, has Lyman sight on cocking piece.

    >>> I have one in 6mm Lee Navy. AGB-1

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    Excellent photos, thank you for posting. Your...

    Excellent photos, thank you for posting. Your rear sight is fascinating. I'll keep an eye out online and at local shows for a mag. Have you had the bolt group out and apart yet? I'm curious as to how...
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    Here's a better look at the top of my receiver: ...

    Here's a better look at the top of my receiver:

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2013/02/ivPg8hPGXL-1.jpg

    My s/n is F757XX, and according to Gene M. it's not known the significance of...
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    Greetings, and thank you. Yes, s/n is in the...

    Greetings, and thank you.

    Yes, s/n is in the correct range for a factory sporter:

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2013/02/iHq4TMBQXL-1.jpg

    I *think* this puts the year of...
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    Rem-Lee M1899 sporter in 7.65: Ever seen one?

    First post on Milsurps. This is my dad's old hunting rifle; I inherited it when he passed away in '87. I've done a lot of research on the Rem-Lee factory sporters and have not seen or heard of any...
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