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WTS: Springfield Model 1903 30-06 :SOLD

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I hate to do this but I must make some cash fast.

This is an 03 I received from my boss a few years ago. It shoots wonderfully, it is gorgeous and complete. It has the rare tangent sight and a great leather sling (not original). I am asking $725 shipped

 

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Boy oh boy,that is tempting...

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This is the gun used in WWI correct?

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Both wars

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stay away from this for an hour

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J! Miss you man. Hope all is well.

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I hate to do this but I must make some cash fast.

This is an 03 I received from my boss a few years ago. It shoots wonderfully, it is gorgeous and complete. It has the rare tangent sight and a great leather sling (not original). I am asking $725 shipped

 

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Very cool!

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A little information for the person who ends up buying.

 

http://oldguns.net/sn_php/mildateslookup.php

 

 

 

The year of manufacture for serial number 1316060 is 1929.

All rifles recalled and rechambered for .30 caliber in 1906.

Improved heat treatment started at 800,000.

Introduction of nickel steel started at 1275767.

Model 1903A1 rifles were made after 1929 with a full pistol grip type C stock, but were otherwise the same as earlier Model 1903 Rifles and marked Model 1903.

About 25,000 National Match rifles were scattered throughout production from about 1920 to 1940, and many can be documented by serial number to their original purchaser by payment of a fee to Springfield Research Service, Silver Spring MD.

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Fuuuuhhhhhh..... The race is on to se who can scamble together the funds first... me or GMountain :lol:

 

Seriously... just bought a shotgun and emptied my cash reserve... if I hadn't...

 

Gotta see if i can dig up some cash from somewhere.....

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It is primo. This is a steal.

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stay away from this for an hour

Who me? :tap:

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Who me? :tap:

Go for it. If I had some extra cash this would be mine right now. If it's here tomorrow, it might still be.

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I like it but you know my plans. Get a major gun for each war fought since the American Revolution. If it had been a brown bess, I may have knocked you down for it. :segrin:

 

I found one the other day online that is not bad. if you want to I will PM you the info or tell me your budget for one.

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Damn, if I had the money I would be on this like a duck on a june bug.

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Will you take a kidney?

 

If it was a Remmy made, id throw in my soul too.

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