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    What is this ,its different

    Thanks in advance to anyone who can help. I have owned this rifle for a while but cannot find any reliable info, Brophy shows some info on a lever style experimental trigger but I really dont know what this is. Once again thanks
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    A complete SWAG (Silly-Wild-***-Guess) but perhaps the slot in the trigger guard was intended for one of the various versions of the trench rifle contraptions. The scope mount attachment appears to be an S & K no drill scope mount they make for 03's.[ATTACH] [/ATTACH]
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1903Guy View Post
    the slot in the trigger guard was intended for one of the various versions of the trench rifle
    It sure does look that way...



    Quote Originally Posted by M1903Guy View Post
    an S & K no drill scope mount
    Yes, available for a number of rifles.
    Regards, Jim

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