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Nice! Original Wwii Us Remington 1903A3 Rifle Stock~Not A Rebuild~100% Genuine
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Seller:khesanh✉️(3,752)100%, Location:Hayes, Virginia, Ships to: US, Item:202142712257NICE! ORIGINAL WWII US REMINGTON 1903A3 RIFLE STOCK~NOT A REBUILD~100% GENUINE. Original and nice WWII U.S. GI issue Remington 1903A3 Rifle stock. This stock is not cracked, split, nor ever been repaired nor modified, and has never been through a re-build like 99%+ have been. The stock has all of its Remington factory inspector marks in front of the triggerguard, bares a single firing proof "P" behind the triggerguard, and its side is cartouched "RA", ordnance bomb marked, and "FJA" government inspected. The stock also has intact its original blued "R" marked rear sling swivel, and front band spring. This would be the perfect stock for someone that has an original non re-built Remington 1903A3 that someone has sporterized or is missing the original wood. Stocks like this one (not the dime a dozen WWII replacement stocks or stocks that bare re-build cartouches) are very hard to find. Absolutely 100% lifetime guaranteed to be an original. Free USPS Priority Shipping.Item must be returned within:14 Days, Refund will be given as:Money Back, Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer, All returns accepted:Returns Accepted, Return policy details:Returns will be accepted only for undisclosed major defects., Restocking Fee:No
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New project, 1903A3 rebuild
It all started with a WWII Remington 1903A3 reciever that was once a Drill rifle.
This one was really nice other then the barrel being drilled and welded.
There was one real small tack on the mag latch but that was easy to clean up.
I started collecting parts after finding the 2 Rem 03a3 and one SC 1903a3.
the other two are built and this was the last and got started on it yesterday.
Got the Barrel fitted and timed, now going to do the chamber cutting/finish ream it maybe tomorrow.
The stock I found was a war time or post war, not really sure but it was a new one that needed to be fitted and finished. Got the stock fitted and sanded, need to find a little more time to finish sand it along with stain and oil it with BLO.
I have all the parts other then a front sight and that should soon be on the way.
I held off on this one as I was going to drill and tap it then turn in into a 1903A4 sniper.
For now it will not get drilled and will stay an 1903A3.
More pictures to come.
|is there a way to prevent the stock from cracking at the tang?|
Remember the military cares about good enough to work and parts are made for a "drop in and work" fit. Not a precise fit for maximum longevity. Stocks are machine cut to fit, in the field just by "bolting them on" and the repairguy isn't expected, or taught to do the kind of bedding fit work you find in a quality sporting rifle.
Things will likely be slightly oversize and sloppy but also could be slightly undersized, tolerances vary, anything is possible. Usually a cracked tang means the steel is getting a "running start" during recoil and hits the wood, rather than the two being a solidly fitted unit recoiling together. HOWEVER, a "too tight" fit can also cause cracked stocks as well.
And, both the front or the action and the rear have to have the wood properly fitted. If one isn't right, the stock will (eventually) be overstressed and fracture.
And, you're dealing with pretty old wood I expect, its condition can complicate matters as well.
Check the fit of what you have, carefully. Do any needed work in TINY steps, and consider some kind of "glass" bedding might be the best way to go...
All else being equal (and it almost never is) bigger bullets tend to work better.
Both infuriated and raged the imagination. Olga was ready to respond to any touch, but he took out a black velvet bandage from his jeans and tied it over her eyes. Here's a fuck, dreaming.1903a3 Build- Part 2- Barrel Install
Catch, I pulled the bolt and pulled the trigger without hesitation, a long line rumbled unexpectedly loudly, the butt poked me painfully in the stomach, from such a distance to miss impossible, and several bullets hit the bugs and pierced the lid of the case. The situation is, of course, comic, a drunken man sits on a bottle that has almost completely gone into his ass, its bottom rests on.
The table top and his legs are stretched out around the edges like a spider, while pressing the butt to the belly, he also shoots from a machine gun. But I have to finish what I started, having just lowered my legs, I stood on the bench and arched like a. Cavalryman, the bottle does not allow me to straighten my legs from my shoulder, I aim at the tent, good only 6-8 m before it, and I give another long line trying to sieve the tent so that it is guaranteed to get there.
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