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No FTR marks, but a replacement bolt fitted and serialed with a G not a C. Unmolested example, not torn down and “cleaned up”. That sickens me. Washing away history IMO. Import marked on the underside of the muzzle. Note the screw stake marks at the magazine screw. It’s been taken down in a previous life. The N79 is a British top wood maker. Not typical on a 1942 Savage.
 

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I have another, early, 1942 No. 4 Mk 1, but unfortunately the previous owner felt the need to strip it down to it's lowest part, and "freshen" it. Nasty. I feel nasty that I bought it. Patina is history.,

I'll post pics of it later tonight.
 
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