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DennisCA 07-21-2013 5:43 PM

Latest Purchase
 
Over the weekend I pick a Remington 1903a3, from a fellow cal-gunner
Yea it's been (semi) sporterized (and I'll plan to un-sporterize it in the near future) but it's still a 1903a3!:D
I snapped a few pic's, hopefully I'll be able to take a few more:

http://imageshack.us/a/img29/1136/k2x5.jpg

http://imageshack.us/a/img844/6223/tni2.jpg

http://imageshack.us/a/img6/6748/rbi1.jpg

http://imageshack.us/a/img33/7700/cv69.jpg

http://imageshack.us/a/img825/2509/gj3l.jpg

morrcarr67 07-21-2013 5:43 PM

Nice save. I'm sure you'll do right by her.

Mustang 07-21-2013 6:28 PM

How's the bore?

Emdawg 07-21-2013 6:31 PM

New stock and it looks like yoe're ready to go.

Jeff L 07-21-2013 7:48 PM

^ This, plus handguard. Great score!

highpower 07-21-2013 8:16 PM

Congratulations on your new 'A3. I have restored several over the last couple of years and they are fairly easy to put back into military trim. Your barrel has been replaced, so there is no need to try for absolute accuracy unless you plan to replace the barrel also. Too bad they cut that stock, it has some really nice grain to it.

Just to give you some inspiration, here is the last one I completed a few months ago. Serial number puts it as July '43 production, barrel date 5-43. Note that the grain pattern on the stock is very similar, they could have come from the same tree.

http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1941-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1930-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1943-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1932-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1932-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1946-XL.jpg
http://highpower.smugmug.com/Firearm...MG_1944-XL.jpg

DennisCA 07-21-2013 8:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mustang (Post 11871942)
How's the bore?

Bore - Excellent

Mustang 07-21-2013 9:35 PM

Sounds like you have an excellent candidate for "re-militarizing".

mosinnagantm9130 07-21-2013 9:41 PM

Congrats on the purchase....at least bubba left the metal alone.

smirnus3000 07-21-2013 10:14 PM

nice!

Enfield47 07-21-2013 10:19 PM

That should make for a fun project to re-militarize it. Congrats!

glennsche 07-21-2013 10:28 PM

looks really good. looks more 50s/60s/ sporterized than bubbified/douchified. keep the thread alive when you giter done!

pitfighter 07-21-2013 11:19 PM

I like this term - "re-militarize."

Definitely the way to go.

Wee Gussie 07-22-2013 6:47 AM

Nice one Dennis!

Bobby Ricigliano 07-22-2013 6:53 AM

Nice rifle Dennis. Around here, we take our rifles to the RMZ.

RE- militarized zone.

Mustang 07-22-2013 7:01 AM

I've got one that I picked up several years ago that needs the same treatment . I too would be interested in seeing how yours turns out.


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