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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt Flat View Post
    Fritz, I like it as is. It may not be a high dollar collector piece but still an interesting rifle that could be a good shooter. If the rust on the barrel bothers you it could be removed by the electrolysis method. Thumbs up! Salt Flat
    Thanks, I am not planning to do anything to it except shoot it. I had been looking for a Ross rifle for months and found this one at a small gun show at a great price. I must have looked like Gomer Pyle at a strip club (Shazam!). The bore is in great shape, looking forward to taking it to the range next week.

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    CANT SAY FOR SURE BUT I THINK RRco MAY HAVE MADE 1905 RIFLE IN FULL WOOD CONFIGURATION FOR THE CIVILIAN MARKET AS WELLAS THE MILITARY,THIS ONE AS BEEN CUT BACK TO THE MID BAND .SHOULD BE A GREAT SHOOTER ,ENJOY.


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