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Old 11-30-2012, 01:35 AM   #1
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I took a adventure to one of my LGS for a yugo Mauser. They had 2 of them but wanted $400 for them. So that tells how bad prices are in my area. There mosin nagants 91/30 where $150. Well I ended up finding a 1903 Springfield with a later serial #. For $350. It has the original front site and is missing the rear sight. And has a sportirized stock. I got the wife's blessing to get it. So I am gonna stop there tomorrow and put it on lay away.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:10 AM   #2
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I got 2 very old sporterized Remington 03's, love em.
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I got 2 very old sporterized Remington 03's, love em.
There was also a Remington. It was tapped for a scope. And didn't have iron sights. And something looked different with the safety.
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There was also a Remington. It was tapped for a scope. And didn't have iron sights. And something looked different with the safety.
This is what the safety on one of mine look like.
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I took a adventure to one of my LGS for a yugo Mauser. They had 2 of them but wanted $400 for them. So that tells how bad prices are in my area. There mosin nagants 91/30 where $150. Well I ended up finding a 1903 Springfield with a later serial #. For $350. It has the original front site and is missing the rear sight. And has a sportirized stock. I got the wife's blessing to get it. So I am gonna stop there tomorrow and put it on lay away.
That's a fine gun, I have one myself. You should be able to find plenty of options for a rear sight, but they may not be real cheap. Figure on $100, you might find something for less but I would figure on it.
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Do you know if its a early '03 or a A3?
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Do you know if its a early '03 or a A3?
I put it on lay away today. Hopefully I can come up with the money sooner then later. It's a 03, the serial # is in the 900,000. So it's safe to shoot. Once I get it I will post pictures.
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Also I saved it one of the employees wanted to buy it to turn in a 300 win mag are something like that. Not 100% on what he wanted to make it. I told him I'm glad I'm saving it.
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I picked the 1903 up tonight. Sorry for the crappy pictures.
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Ive got a 1903 too but mines a bit differant. the safty is a little differant my ser# is 868 first 3 #s. This was handed down it was my grandfathers
Would like to know more about it if you guys can help.

oh and love the social d bag, lol
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