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  1. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    I just picked this up for $750 and trying to get more information on it. It appears to be a made in 1911 or 1912 but rebuilt later on. Barrel shows 9-44. Curious to see if it’s authentic or something someone may have pieced together. I am trying to figure out if its a good find and also trying...
  2. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Goodevening everyone, I picked up this rifle last year and just wanted to do a little showing off, I am new to Gunboards just as a headsup. This is my first M1 Garand and is of Harrington & Richardson manufacture. The serial number is in the 479**** range and from what I can gather was produced...
  3. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Good morning all. I’ve stumbled onto a rifle I’ve been educated on, a Bannerman and R F Sedgley made 1903 clone. The firm made scrap metal receivers into firearms by stitching 1917 parts to a 1903 receiver. The gun was fitted with a 1895 barrel and bears no military proof marks anywhere.
  4. The Ammo Bunker
    I took my son shooting for his birthday and brought my M1 rifles and some military surplus (maybe?) FN 66 ammo. I only shot one of these two M1's that day (the one with the bayonet, of course) and after a few rounds I noticed that 50% of the cases had primers that were "proud" or slightly...
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