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    July 1940 M1 Rifle

    My favorite pre war rifle is from July 1940, the keystone spring, SA SPG (faint cartouche) with no trap stock and two equal sized holes and barrel dated S-A 7-40 (without chrome at the gas port) are highlights. Some restoration was done or as they say "corrected" to the time period.

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    Nice looking rifle, always liked the older ones.
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    I'm not going to Hi Jack your thread but to tell you I also have a July 1940 #50694

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    If you have any photos it would be nice to post them

    Thanks Robert

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    7-40

    I would be proud to own that one, Robert
    Real men measure once and cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aspen80 View Post
    I also have a July 1940 #50694
    See, that would be a good chance to supplant this thread by showing us. RCS always cultivates conversation...that's why he does this. Bait the readers...
    Regards, Jim

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    I will get some photos together and post them.

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    That would be great...

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