Springfield Armory Model 1903A1 National Match Model Of 1938 Rifle

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  Lot #399  (Sale Order: 399 of 824)  
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serial #1520095, 30-06, 24” 2-38 dated SA-marked barrel with crisp star gauge mark at the muzzle showing a bright about excellent bore showing the very beginnings of some sparsely scattered frosting here and there. The rifle has been loosely converted to U.S.M.C. Model 1941 configuration with the addition of steel target blocks on the receiver and barrel, the handguard appropriately relieved, the bolt handle retaining its original configuration. The barrel has toned to a plum brown with the receiver a mottled pewter and faded gray-brown, the honed races still mostly bright, showing the remnants of the right-race center punch mark 1 1/2” to the rear of the receiver ring. The bolt handle is primarily a pewter gray patina with some light oxidation, the bolt body is mostly bright with some light oxidation staining retaining strong armory polish, it is un-marked, with striker and shroud showing a dark oil-quenched blue. The bottom metal has toned to a dull pewter patina, the floorplate with cleaning and tool marks; the front band shows remnants of overall light pitting. The “C” stock rates very good to very good plus with much original finish and minor handling marks and dings, the butt with three more-prominent bruises. The left stock flat shows a crisp “SA/GAW/(ordnance wheel)” cartouche and the circled “P” firing proof on the pistolgrip face. The handguard is devoid of finish and was neatly milled for scope base and ring clearance. The front sight base holds a small brass bead Lyman sight with the receiver ring mounted with a Lyman 48 receiver sight. Overall a very attractive National Match rifle that likely shoots as good as it looks, with the added bonus of being scope-ready awaiting only an appropriate Lyman or Unertl telescopic sight. (37025-7) {C&R}

Estimate: 1200 - 1800

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This item is part of Auction No. 105 - Session 1
 Saturday, Mar 28, 2015 | 10:00 AM  Eastern
 
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Springfield Armory Model 1903A1 National Match Model Of 1938 Rifle
Springfield Armory Model 1903A1 National Match Model Of 1938 Rifle
Lot number: 399
Seller: Amoskeag Auction Company, Inc.
Event: Auction No. 105 - Session 1
Ends: Saturday, March 28 | 10:00 AM  Eastern

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