inv# 01-1445

Cal. 30-06. S# 1497223.

Rare National Match rifle produced in 1937 w/ all correct features in excellent condition w/ Springfield Research Service letter documenting this rifle & it’s shipping to Commanding Officer Troop K 121st Cavalry NY National Guard Syracuse, NY on 06/23/39. Star gauged 24″ bbl. marked behind front sight “SA flaming bomb 3-37”. Receiver has “Hatcher Hole”. Polished bolt numbered by electro pencil to rifle. Bolt marked “NS” on top of handle & marked “3” underneath handle. Extractor marked on rear “CV”. Bolt race ways have been polished leaving the punch proof mark faint on right rail. Cocking piece marked “C64109-2”. Mag. cut off is polished on underside. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2850yds. w/ volley notch. Flat windage & elevation knobs. Blade front sight. Grooved trigger. Type C matching walnut stock set. Stock marked on left side w/ faint “S.A. SPG”. Marked in cutoff recess w/ “W 7 2”. Has encircled “P” proof under grip & drawing number “D-1836” at belly. Correct milled furniture. Correct 10 LPI trap buttplate. Handguard has drawing number “D28179”. 1907 Sling w/ brass hooks markings appear to be “?SSCO J.E.M.”

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