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    Smile Finally A good sporting Ross !

    Been down the road with two 1910 280s both had black hole bores.

    Now finally a nice 1905 with an excellent bore, at a reasonably prices as well.

    Now the fun part, no rear receiver ring make a scope tricky. Thinking in my stash of G&H mounts I might find something.

    Take a peek, it will be up for a few more days.

    https://www.gunauction.com/buy/17232783

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    A beautiful sporter like that and you are going to drill holes in it?

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    Sold for: $782.77
    Regards, Jim

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    Smile Drill holes ???

    It cost less than a new 700, of course I'm gonna.

    Of course if that distresses you so much, I'll sell it to you for 2 grand.

    If I can't see, I can't shoot.

    I won't own a rifle I can't shoot.

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    The least you could do is use a peridd scope and mount.

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    This is a super rare Scotch Deer Stalker.

    Drilling holes in that rifle would be criminal.

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    Holes in Ross ?

    It is not a Red Deer stalker, they had 28" bbls and were built on the M 10 action like this one.



    G&H mounts go way back to 1932 and are period correct for an owner who wanted up upgrade so he could see.

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    It is definitely a a Scotch Deer stalker. They were built on modified 1905 actions.

    Barrel length does not the determine the model of rifle.

    The rifle in your picture is a regular M-10 sporting rifle.

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    Archangel - Stock - Mosin-Nagant - ProMag Industries

    Perhaps this company could make him a custom stock?

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    No

    It's not a 1910, as the auction says, it's a 1905.
    The 1910 had a rear receiver ring.
    My Ross book and catalogues are in FL or I'd scan in pics.

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