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    Pattern 1913 rifles cal. .276

    Interestingly the bottom rifle a an "L" stock that is longer than the normal stock by 1/2 inch.

    I tend to forget that these are now over 100 years old. My dad would have been 23 when these were built.


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    Do I see it correctly the bottom rifle is also the only one which doesn't have a serial on the stock? Is it an early or a late serial?


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