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    Promo, the 1916 NM is one of my "Only from my cold, head hands" collection. However, I admit the 1919 SA NM may be another story if the price is right ...
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    I also have another NM which I forgot to mention for purposes of this discussion - a 1924. It is serial number 1,266,164 and it is a bit of an anomaly. It is mentioned in SRS:

    1266164NM 061426DCM RIFLE SALES 1922-42

    As you can see, it wasn't sold until mid-1926. It has a correct 10-24 SA barrel with Star Gauge stamp and SG registration number. It also collected a Type B stock and a J6 bolt. The stock has no discernible markings and the bolt is not etched with the serial number and has the modified cocking piece without the usual "mushroom" at the back. I admit I don't know if it "came" this way or was modified by the original owner. The characteristics are those of a National Match.















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    For "the good of the order", here are some pictures of my 1919 SA NM:

















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    [IMG]s.52photobucket.[/IMG] 1919 NM 1903s RIA 387883 and SA 1094096

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    1919 NM Rifles RIA 387883 and SA 1094096

    My 1919 NM rifles.[IMG]


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