I am selling a Springfield 1903 Mark I. As you may or may not know, these are 1903's that were modified to accept the Pederson Device. This turned the bolt action Sprinfield into a magazine fed semi-auto. The biggest difference you can see is that there is an ejection opening milled into the left side of the receiver. This is definitely an interesting piece of history!
I love having this rifle as a collection piece, but I just don't shoot it enough to justify keeping it. It has an SA 1-20 barrel which matches the date of the receiver which should make it an original. The stock is in great condition considering its age! There are a few dings and dents like you would expect, but no deep gouges, cracks, etc. It has a beautiful deep red color to it. There is a brass pin in the stock behind the receiver, but I can't find a crack or anything to warrant its need. The stock is proof marked and has a faint stamp that looks like E.L.H. The metal retains 99% of its finish and is in excellent condition. The bore looks like it has barely been shot and has no pitting.
and willing to ship.
As far as trades...just some rare stuff like a Springfield XD(m)9 or a SWR Trident 9. Maybe some partial trades like a SIG Mosquito, CZ 452 (22LR threaded), Magpul PMAGS or a CTR or LMT SOPMOD stock. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
The flash is making these pics look a little weird. If you like what you see in the pics, you will LOVE what you see in person!