This is truning into an expensive diversion. My first mistake was buying that darn K-98k, which led to the Enfield no. 4 Mk-1, which led to the 91/30, and a 1903-A3, then the M1 Garand, and then the Arisaka. So continuing into the fray, the wonderful wife bought me the 1903 Mk1 (1920 manufacture with the cut-out for the pederson device) for our 15th anniversary. She gets expensive jewelry and I get guns, a win-win for all! The stock is bit beat up (after all it is 90 years old and it was a lend lease to New Zealand in WW2), it has the original 1920 barrel but the bore is great! Still gotta get the Eddystone Model of 1917, and the Krag! Like I said this is turning into an expensive diversion! Photos later!