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Old 06-19-2021, 07:19 PM
Danny Danny is online now
 
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If I had to guess, they are old reparks, but were nicely done and are nice rifles.
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Looking for Rifles:
Springfield Armory 5,940,259, 5,840,184, 4,238,435 and 2,023,912.
Harrington & Richardson 5,549,399.

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I ignore all want to buy listings placed in "For Sale" areas.

"REPO" M1 Parts: The parts you buy that they come to take back later on.
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Old 06-21-2021, 04:22 PM
TomCorbett42 TomCorbett42 is offline
 
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2) (in rear) this one is the rougher of the two. Its a deeper black, likely recoated (reply posters say maybe not), and the receiver has some smoothed wear marks(Forging void, i am now told) on its top that you can notice in a side by side comparison. SA 3,060,xxx (July 1944?) Barrel is S-A-10-51 and matches the receiver. It gauges1+,1+ The row of stamping above the drawing number on the receiver on this one is B 31 B W. Again, are these rebuild numbers. one of the locking pins on the trigger guard was missing on a stamped TG with ground hook.

Your SA 3,060,xxx would be in the August 1944 time frame, maybe the next month, my SA 3,056,xxx is in August 1944 list.
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