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I have been looking at getting a 91/30 for a while. I want a accurate long range rifleand these are inexpensive. The local gun store has one for $119. The serial numbers on the bolt look like they were just engraved on by someone....? They match but are not stamped on, is this normal. Of course the guys working there don't seem to know mutch.... I was also told that you need to check the head spacing before you fire the gun. They looked at me kinda funny when I asked about it.... anyone have any input? Thanks!
 

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Ok, so why was it EDed? I have a M44 that's stamped... also I have yet to finish it so haven't checked head spacing on it either... what's the best way to do that? Wasn't it stamped when it was made? where did that go? Thanks for the help!
 

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So I looked at the gun again today and it really looks like someone took a dinky engraver and wrote the serial # on the bolt, bottom of the floor plate and metal butt plate. on the left side of the stock it had been repaired... maybe it was a sniper? Also the SN is 9130107099 but MM5433 is what's EPed or engraved all over... any input?
 
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