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Old 12-17-2012, 03:33 PM   #21
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the on off tab deals with the mag. They where designed to allow a full loaded mag to no tallow rounds to feed from the mag dependent on the position of the switch. This was an ammo saving thing mad up by higher ups. You could load the mag then chamber a round and loading it like a single shot unless you needed to fire faster.

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thx..good info
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Old 12-17-2012, 03:35 PM   #22
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Thx for your time

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Old 12-17-2012, 03:49 PM   #23
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Here is all I can tell you, don`t know if it will help or not but I have seen em go unmolested for as much as 2500 bucks, now read this & ask yourself, is it safe ? Yes they are SAFE...............
The blown up rifle pictured is 1903, not a 1903A

There is a BIG DIFFERENCE!
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The 1903A3 rifle has no collectors value. The bolt has been altered and the stock has been ruined. These rifles sell for around $200 dollars for someone wanting a shooter.

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The 1903A3 rifle has no collectors value. The bolt has been altered and the stock has been ruined. These rifles sell for around $200 dollars for someone wanting a shooter.
I'll take a truckload please.
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The 1903A3 rifle has no collectors value. The bolt has been altered and the stock has been ruined. These rifles sell for around $200 dollars for someone wanting a shooter.
Bolt looks good to me...
Looks like it just needs a stock to me to be mil-spec again.
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+1 nothing wrong with that bolt that I see. I have 2 sporterized 03's and plan to bring them back to mil spec sometime soon as well

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Sputnik1988 no truck load but I think we can ship 20@. Cash you pay the freight? When and where?

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The blown up rifle pictured is 1903, not a 1903A

There is a BIG DIFFERENCE!
This I know, it is just an example of the strength of the Springfield Rifle..........
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hello..do you speak of the blown up pic from my original post? if so i copied word for word any # off the rifle too help me in my search today...please let me know and maybe u have the needed info for age,value and firing condition if wanted to try her out...thx ***be looking for your response 303 tom***

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