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· Silver Bullet Member
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No Matt, I would say not. The condition is fairly typical of a lot of QP marked BSA's. When I posted the rifles details in the QP survey, central's research found that it had been issued to Childers station in 1914, damaged and returned to store the same year. The only repair I could see had been made is the rear of the forend under the volley peep that you mention. I would be very confident stating that rifle has not been reblued.
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