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*EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE CUT-A-WAY SECTIONALIZED REMINGTON 1903 RIFLE.

SN NSN. Cal. 30-06. Extremely interesting and handsome sectionalized cut-a-way of a Remington 1903 rifle. Stock is marked to rear trigger guard and forward of floor plate “SCRAP”. R.A. marked bbl is flaming bomb proofed and dated “6-42”. Wood has been cut-a-way on both stock and hand guards to expose sections of bbl and forward receiver mounting block. Mag, spring, floorplate pin, sear, and cleaning kit present within buttstock as well as tension spring for buttstock trap door. Metal has been cut-a-way showing forward 3/4 of chamber and lead in as well as portion of rifle bbl to just forward of a cartridge projectile. Forward portion of receiver revealing bolt locks is also exposed on both sides, no maker marks nor Military acceptance proofs on stock or receiver. A vintage dummy cartridge is included in the chamber. When bolt is open, metal has been cut-a-way to expose tip of the firing pin in the rear position as well as the base of the firing pin when the bolt is in the unlocked position. NOTE: This gun although it must transfer as a modern gun should not be fired under any circumstances. PROVENANCE: From High Condition Collection of Discerning U.S. Military Rifle Collector, Offered Without Reserve. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish near excellent. Over 97% orig blued finish remaining with some wear to bare metal at the contact points of the bolt and extractor, with bare metal exposed at the chamber cutout area. Stock has some slight handling marks including several nicks on the right side just above the trigger guard. 1943 dated sling is in exceedingly fine condition. Bore is excellent, shiny and bright. This is an exceedingly interesting and attractive specimen worthy of the advanced Military rifle collector. 50908-5 JWK72 (5,000-7,500) C&R – Lot 3068

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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