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    Thumbs up Custom 03 Receiver (slide trigger safety)

    I buy old 03 customs all the time for parts, today I was looking at one of my parts guns that I bought some time in the last 10years and discovered this custom receiver job.
    Pretty cool, slide trigger safety. The work as been signed by the gunsmith, LB Anderson.
    It's not very pretty, and it's still very dirty but it works very will! Since this receiver has also been drilled for a Redfield scope mount, which also came with the gun, I will probably make this in a new updated custom with new plastic stock and new commercial 03 barrel.
    Enjoy pictures of old school quality functional Gunsmith work.
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    A huge amount of work and imagination went into that job!
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    Interesting to be sure!

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