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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 6/25/2001 5:59:10 AM EDT
I've got an early production Springfield Armory Model 1903 in very good condition. The stock has a "circle P" on the bottom and a Fed. Eagle- left side. It was rebarelled with a 10/42. It is a VietNam bring back (w/ papers). It has an obvious Chinese refinish (not buffed too badly). What should I do? 1. Restore to original U.S.G.I. condition. I know there are firms that specialize in replicating this finish. 2. Preserve it as a unique piece of VietNam war history. 3. Since it really does not have a place in my collection, sell it. If so What do you think it is worth? Thanks in advance. I am posting this here because I know there is a lot of Knowledgeable people on this site.
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