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    Quote Originally Posted by farcyde40 View Post
    Rick how can you tell the stock is off of a later 03A3? And from what everyone has commented on so far it's looking like this is a arsenal rebuild am I correct in saying this?
    Two ways to tell:



    1) The stock has bolts, rather than pins. Early Remington M1903A3s had stocks with pins.

    2) The RA and FJA: These weren't added until about mid-1943.

    I would agree the rifle was overhauled at some point.
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