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Caliber .30-60, Barrel length 24”. This standard issue World War II rifle comes with the original cardboard shipping container, sent from the Raritan Arsenal in NJ from the NRA. This rifle remains in as new condition both inside and out. Barrel is stamped “R.A. 9-43” with the ordinance bomb. The receiver bridge is stamped “U.S. Remington Model O3A3”. Gun sports all original military finish that includes blued barrel bands, trigger guard, and checkered butt plate with blued bolt and rear sight. Green phosphate military finish on barrel and receiver. Walnut stock has the original “FJA” inspector stamp for Frank Atwood. Along with the ordinance wheel and the “RA” Raritan Arsenal stamp as well as “O.G.” on the left side of stock. The RA and OG stamp indicate rifle was inspected post WWII. Wrist has a proof “P” in circle. Has an ME reading of .5 with a mint shiny bore. Wood is in as new condition and rifle retains virtually all of its arsenal finish. Perfect action. Comes with a newer leather sling. Beautiful near mint example of the World War II .30-06 rifle that saw service in both the European and Asiatic theaters. An American Classic.
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Minimum Bid: $250.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $1,830.00
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Saturday, April 9, 2016.
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