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Old 04-05-2013, 03:16 PM   #1
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Picked this up at the local gun store.... Can't wait to shoot it!!!
1918 receiver with 1927 barrel. Stock appears to say "C-S.A.A" in a box on right side, and a large 'S' with what looks like "GAW" on the left. Bottom has a 'P' in a square, and what looks like an previous stamp in a Circle that I cant resolve. Appears to have a "21" above the "P". Has "RI" on front of stock.






















Now I have all 3 of the WW2 "biggies"... M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, M1903



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Old 04-05-2013, 03:26 PM   #2
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Nice gun but now you need an M14 haha.

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Nice gun but now you need an M14 haha.
Got one....



This m1903 should be right at home with the rest of my "Steel and Wood" weapons!

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Im working on my US guns too... I just got a M1917 to go along with my M1903. I need that elusive Garand and a Krag!

Hey I dont see a '17 or a Krag!!



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