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Posted: 7/11/2001 9:03:31 AM EST
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 9:13:08 AM EST
Details? Manufacturer? Inquiring minds want to know! [IMG]http://ubb.mcuzi.com/ubb/icons/icon71.gif[/IMG]
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 9:16:23 AM EST
That's it. I have to find a club and shoot a match. I neeeeeeeeeeeed one of those. P.S. Details would be nice. Is it Dutch?
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 9:24:13 AM EST
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Link Posted: 7/11/2001 9:34:17 AM EST
Is the rifle ALL Springfield? Are there importation marks on it anywhere? I'm looking for a WWII era Garand and was curious about the CMP rifles.
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 10:09:50 AM EST
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[Last Edit: 7/11/2001 10:48:34 AM EST by drfcolt]
The barrel date/mfgr should be stamped on the barrell, probably under the handguard somewhere. Mines a 1943 receiver and 1946 barrel. All Springfield. Neat old gun. Only time you would get an imported CMP gun (Danish) is you ask for one. They are a little cheaper.
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 11:11:48 AM EST
If you pull the action back and lock it, the place where it covers the barrel closed will have something like SA (springfield) 43 (1943). The trigger assembly will have the same markings on it (manufacture and date). If the gun has import marks on it (hard to pin down exactly, depends on the company) that lessens the value but if your going to shoot it and keep her...no worries!
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 11:34:23 AM EST
Originally Posted By DVD Tracker: I still need to strip it and do the throat test. Where was that site that had the pic of the .30-06 round being inserted into the business end of the barrel? Shows how deep the bullet goes to determine what shape the barrel is in. Can't find it now...
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DVD - Basically, you jusy don't want the tip of the bullet to go into the muzzle end of the barrel up to the neck of teh case. If it DOES NOT, this means that the projectile makes contact with the lands of the rifling right up to the time the bullet leaves the barrel. THAT is a good thing.
Link Posted: 7/11/2001 1:33:45 PM EST
Ahhhh, fond memories of Paul's last shoot in Washington are stirred in me by this rifle. The way his hips bounced back about 18 inches as he bump-fired a full clip into the berm. [heavy] Have fun! Coversix
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[Last Edit: 7/11/2001 3:38:08 PM EST by raf]
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