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bruceflinch 05-16-2012 2:11 PM

The US 30-06 Picture Thread- Add Yours!
Who has them? U.S. 30-06 caliber C&R Pics Please!
This Thread, Inspired by a Respected CG Member. No, not me! :p

bruceflinch 05-16-2012 2:14 PM

SA M1903
Eddystone M1917
SC M1903A3
HRA M1-Garand

rojocorsa 05-16-2012 7:23 PM

Well, wish I had one anyway...

mj1 05-19-2012 7:12 AM


mj1 05-20-2012 6:55 PM

My 3006

Full Clip 05-20-2012 7:08 PM


Originally Posted by mj1 (Post 8614640)

Nice! Chilean?

I'll add something slightly more modern before I break out the mil-surps:

mj1 05-21-2012 7:44 AM


bruceflinch 05-21-2012 12:11 PM

^ Cloumbian Mauser in 30-06?

mj1 05-22-2012 6:47 AM


Paulie Lugnuts 05-22-2012 1:44 PM

3 30.06s and a .30 Carbine.

mj1 05-22-2012 2:59 PM

Late 1930's

highpower 06-01-2012 8:18 PM

Top rifle: M1917 Winchester, 1-18 barrel date
Middle: 1903 Remington, 9-42 barrel date
Bottom: 1903 Springfield 1906 receiver, 1-19 Avis barrel, post WW1 rebuild with Philippine Ordnance Depot cartouche

bruceflinch 06-02-2012 6:44 AM

^Nice highpower!

CnRCollector 06-08-2012 4:36 PM

Early Remington 1903 & Two Garands
Repeated from an earlier post are my 30-06's; an early Remington 1903 (S/N 3002XXX), a WW2 Winchester M1, and a 50s Springfield M1. Both M1's 'Garands' are from the CMP. The 1905E1 bayonet belonged to my father in law. He served as Rifleman for the 96th ID, 383 Infantry Battalion in World War 2. A veteran of the Liberation of the Philippines and the Battle of Okinawa, he carried that bayonet with him through the war. His awards included the Presidential Unit Citation, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart. However, in his opinion, his Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB) was the most meaningful. He explained that only solders that saw and fought the enemy directly received it. After I purchased my first M1 my sons and I took his bayonet and, for the first time since 1945, mounted it on the rifle. It was an amazing experience and gave us chills. There is something about a bayonet on a rifle that gets your attention when you see it up close. Especially one that was used in the war by someone you knew.

highpower 06-09-2012 5:10 AM


Standard 06-09-2012 8:06 AM

1955 Springfield

Kerplow 06-09-2012 8:13 AM

mj1 06-10-2012 11:35 AM

cruddymutt 07-22-2012 12:53 PM

Ill play. CMP Springfield Armory SG Garand. April 42 receiver, 1954 barrel
Recently restored sporter Springfield Armory 1903. Late 30s receiver, 1-42 SA barrel

0321jarhead 07-22-2012 5:36 PM

Top rifle is Springfield 1903, 1929 reciever, OGEK boxed with a H.S. 7-44 barrel. The M1 Garand is all 1944 Springfield with a locking rear sight.

Don the savage 07-22-2012 5:47 PM


rojocorsa 07-22-2012 7:53 PM


Originally Posted by rojocorsa (Post 8592659)

When I took this picture, I did not own this gun. But now I am its current owner.

Today after the match

mosinnagantm9130 07-24-2012 4:13 PM

Nice, congrats on picking up the M1!^^

The only US milsurp I've got is a sporter m1903.

rojocorsa 07-24-2012 10:14 PM

It's about time I had a US rifle.

jcaoloveshine 07-28-2012 10:46 PM

Remington 1903A3
Muzzle gauges 0.75
September 1943

bruceflinch 07-29-2012 6:06 AM

^Sitting in the corner of that sofa would make me feel all warm, fuzzy & safe..:)

BrianRodela 08-22-2012 10:18 AM

One of my 2 Navy Trophy Rifles, thought you all might enjoy. I decided to give this one to my Father last year as a gift. Now I am still waiting on the Mk 2 in 7.62.

KrazyKevy 11-07-2012 9:58 AM

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