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Old 10-30-2011, 05:29 PM   #11
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I wish I could trade my SKS for one You scored big time.

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Does anybody know what comes in the cleaning kit for a 30's 1903? I have a brush and a pull though string threaded for the brush, is there a rod? What accessorys am I suppose to have?

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Used to drill with one of those in Boot Camp! Yea, I know how old that makes me!!
I always thought you drilled with a trapdoor.
I remember when you could buy 03's and 17's for $10. Later on you could get an SKS for $100. The gun shops had them in barrels or drums. I dont even want to think about the price of 7.62X39 was then.
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Does anybody know what comes in the cleaning kit for a 30's 1903? I have a brush and a pull though string threaded for the brush, is there a rod? What accessorys am I suppose to have?
Mine didn't have any cleaning kit with it, but my information seems to indicate that it came with a pull through and an oil can. A very small oil can. But then again, mine's from 1919....
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Well done! You certainly made out on that deal.

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Mine didn't have any cleaning kit with it, but my information seems to indicate that it came with a pull through and an oil can. A very small oil can. But then again, mine's from 1919....
Thanks... I guess I have it all
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i'll trade you two SKS's & 500rds of 7.62x39's for it

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Heres the better pics...

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I already had the bayonet for my "future" M1..

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I think the long bayo looks better on the M1903. Get a shorter one for your future amor......

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