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    Hello Michael. Sorry I've been a little slow to respond, but tonight I had a look at the three rifles for the markings on either side of the bolt way on the rear of the body. (None have a receiver side wall T). As follows:

    1941 0C3XX LHS bolt way - nothing. RHS bolt way - Upside down stamped 'T' within a circle. US ordnance flaming bomb.

    1942 12C93XX LHS bolt way - nothing. RHS bolt way - stamped letter 'P'.

    1942 14C02XX LHS bolt way - nothing. RHS bolt way - either a figure '8' or possibly a US ordnance flaming bomb. Poorly stamped.
    - just 'round the corner' on very top edge of RHS butt socket is an Enfield examiner's stamp. Crown/7?/E. I really can't say
    what the letter is after the '7', & am not sure about the 'E' but think that is most likely. Again, poorly stamped.

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    Thanks, the Roger.
    The t on the RHS of the bolt track is starting to sound so quite common on the 0CXXXs.

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    Savage No.4 (T)

    Probably already in registry.
    Receiver: S No.4 MK I (No T stamp)
    Serial No. - OC3695/butt-socket, bolt, forearm and mount.
    Scope - Kershaw Ltd., No. 32 MK I/OS.466A.KL./1941 REG.No7615.
    Mount - OC3695/rings 23 (rear)/24 (front).
    Upper Stock Wrist - Scope No. - 7615.
    Bottom of Stock - S51.
    All Savage components.
    Illegible circled mark on upper right side oof receiver near bolt channel.
    Left butt-socket stamped with serial number above small Ordnance 'Shell & Flame'/no additional markings.
    Scope can marked with matching scope and rifle serial numbers.
    Original finish.

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    Thanks very much TGJ,
    I have added that data in. Sounds like a nice rifle. Your illegible mark in a circle may well be the same t stam found to some degree on most 0CXXX rifles I’ve seen so far.

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    Recently acquired Savage T need experts to help ID stampings etc....

    Rifle No4 MK I 1942
    SN# OC5791
    "T" receiver marked... no wrist marks
    Less scope/mount/cheek riser
    buttstock sanded, hard to see stampings, rear sight removed and holes for sight ground flush to receiver top. Holes in butt stock for riser... look old, holes in receiver for pads and receiver relieved for pads.

    Any other markings I should be looking for?

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    In Skennertonicon's book, there is a pic of 0C1 and it's a T.

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    Thanks, yes that seems to be the only one even the die hard “no savage t rifles where ever completed with scopes” agree was a t.

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    How many Savages were also converted to L42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindi2 View Post
    How many Savages were also converted to L42
    Minimum of 6, Maximum of 8.

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