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    Looking for the 1903 rifle that marries up to my Warner-Swasey 1913 scope

    I just picked up a nice W-S 1913 scope (S/N: 7616) with original mount, case and base that was issued to SA 1903 S/N: 936514. It's a long shot and I suspect the odds are greater for winning the PowerBall Lottery but what the heck, I enjoy a challenge. I'd like to find (if it wasn't dumped over the side of a ship, sent out as a MAP weapon or eaten by Capt'n Crunch) it's original receiver. I've missed a few plugged receivers on the CMPicon Auction and GB so I'd also be interested in any original plugged receiver for that matter. Any leads sure would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Let's bring this back up. Still looking.

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    And also looking for scope S/N’d to 935336

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    Do you have rifle 935.336 or you have heard of it? I'll add it to my W&S documentation and will get back to you if I come across a match. The chances however are very small. If it helps, the scope to this rifle serial should be in the 7XXX serial range (all 9XX.XXX M1903 snipers for the W&S have had a scope with a 7XXX serial).


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