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    bolt identifacation

    does anyone have an idea who made this 1903 bolt I could not find anything on VIS shooter Page on top of the root of the bolt there is a small BF and then handstamped a 1 and a 3 not a 13 on the bottom of the root there is a C and a E I tried to take pics but they did not come out very good. I am guessing WW11 bolt
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    Yep, a WWIUI replacement bolt from Bonney Forge, used by Springfield.

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