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Will fit any of the U.S. Model 1903, 1903A3 rifles or if you add a bolt notch, will even fit the M1903A4 rifles. Nice quality WW2 production made of walnut. Noted as some erosion in first 6” of bore, .257 One thing is for certain, this is CHEAP! Super condition except for one tiny blemish on the black end of the box. Really Good Stuff Coupons, Coupon Codes, Promo Codes & Discount Codes are available at Carbine rods have overall length about 29 inches, and the rifle rods are about 38 inches long. No cartouches or markings. $85.00 (View Picture), 20261 M1903A3 rifle stock - Used VG condition, with good Ogden Arsenal OG rework cartouche. These were a descendent of earlier "L" tools issued with the Colt Single Actions. The tool is not marked, typical of those in the WW1 era although earlier ones were marked. 47 20677B- Original Winchester magazine plug and screw for Model 97 and Model 12 Trench Guns. May have a couple of light surface rust spots from poor storage. Two of the strap guides are damaged or broken. This scope is in excellent condition with beautiful clear optics, and showing only slight finish wear. 4 rifles (Mark I, Mark 1/2, Mark 2). No entries. $175.00 (View Picture), 22807 U.S. GI M1 CARBINE SLING WITH “D” TIPS - The first type of M1 carbine sling used thin ”C” shaped tabs at the ends to keep them from unraveling. Please do not mess up a good stock by mounting this on your favorite rifle. Brass case, berdan primed, corrosive, steel-core bullet. Fits PP or PPK-S 380. $695.00 (View Picture), 20676 M1903A4 SNIPER ITEM- BOX FOR RINGS - For the collector who has almost everything. We cleaned this up with some soap and water to remove the crud and found an excellent stock underneath. These are precision tools for the professional gunsmith and will give a lifetime of service when properly cared for. $175.00 (View Picture), 20928 -WOODEN SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD- 3 PIECE TYPE - Traditional rod used with shotguns from the 1880s until the adoption of all metal rods in the 1940s. 1/6/2021, US Militaria This includes the guard, floorplate and catch mechanism, but no follower or follower spring. Serial numbers electric penciled on front and rear sections do not match. The Kahles line of premium Austrian-made telescopic sights are among the finest in the world, along with Zeiss and Svavorski. The same magazine was used with the Model 52, 57, 69, 69A and 75. Small crack to the rear of the clip on the rear handguard, otherwise everything is sound. No maker mark stamped on the upper inside loop. Exactly the way the arsenals did it. Light colored wood, possibly Australian coachwood, but a bit of stain and oil and you can match it to darker stocks if desired. $30.00 (View Picture), SMA1903 - Kahles - Wein H/26 2X - 6X Rifle Scope. This was made for a straight bolt (no clearance cut in the side of the stock). This is the unit needed to mount the "snooperscope" to the carbine. $45.00 (View Picture), SMA1260 - Magazine Walther. 11564 M1911 .45 AUTO SCREWDRIVER (PARKERIZED) - "L" shaped tool with screwdriver blade on the short end and long arm serves as a punch. Overall fine to excellent with very few minor dings or bruises, except a pair near the barrel band on the bottom as seen in the photos. Used VG-excellent. Receiver is splotchy looking in photos due to difficulty with blue finish on case hardened surface, but smooth, not pitted, although a bit of very light roughness, accentuated by using sharpen to pick out the out of focus serial number. Sanded so that finger grooves are somewhat rounded, and glossy oil finish applied. $35.00 (View Picture), 21787 REMINGTON 513T STOCK FROM MILITARY .22 TRAINING RIFLES - Our wise leaders for a while mandated that most military .22 caliber training rifles be destroyed, to “make it safe for The Children” or some such nonsense. SAVE MONEY with our exclusive catalog Savings Certificates! This is fairly old and has a set from being on a M1903 Springfield and is a bit stuff with some cracking to the surface finish where it is bent around swivels, but might respond to treatment with leather dressing of some sort. Back of holster is marked ``SEARS`` / ``1942``. The metal tips are all painted OD which is a bit odd, but knowing the source of these, they are guaranteed to be genuine U.S.. military issue in exactly the condition they came out of the military supply system. The lower portion of the container shows a number of stress or cracks, but most seem to have those. Stencil markings on front- Case, Carrying/ M65 and on the back MRT August 1951. Used G-VG with finish wear fromuse in offhand shooting. Used, Good with assorted scraped and dings, fine for an average gun, but not a minty one.- THREE PAIRS for $20.00 Factory inlet for heavy barrel, common on the Marksman stocks. This is for the case shown in the photos (Sorry, no scopes available.) $149.00 (View Picture), **SOLD** SMA2654 Japanese WWII Holster For the T-14 Pistol, Leather. Shop the Belk’s catalog for trendy fashions for the entire family. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. White paint on the body has lots of age cracks that add character. Sorry, we can not ship high capacity magazines to residents of the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia or other places run by idiots until you elect new politicians who repeal your stupid laws. Use of the M48 scopes seems to have ended at the end of WW2, and they are very scarce on the surplus market, and I had only seen one other prior to acquiring this one. Made of straight grained maple with just a bit of tiger stripe in the butt. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. Some are integral with the rifle, but most are detachable. No caps for either end. A decent 1917 dated RIA barrel to get a rifle back to correct WW1 configuration. A good match for a 95%+ condition rifle. $195.00 (View Picture), 16772 b- WW2 era carrying case for M49 spotting scope used by sniper teams - This is the “Case, Carrying M53A1 7693003” which was made using a resin impregnated cloth type material for the body with wooden top and bottom pieces covered with similar stuff, and four wood like guides for a carrying strap. Officially, a M1903 rifle with the "C" stock becomes a M1903A1. All parts should just drop in, but in my experience you usually need to file away on the tip of the stock to get the upper band to fit, and you also need to drill the hole for the upper band screw. No cartouches or markings. $25.00 (View Picture). Plastic caps on the ends. Overall fine-excellent. There’s been a request for being able to take already taken usernames in the past, but I don’t want to necrobump it. If you need one of these handguards to complete your retro conversion of an AR15 back to early Vietnam configuration, here is your chance. All the clothes are globally inspired from around the world and expertly made to last. 3498A- Reproduction pair of grips for Webley .455 caliber revolvers Mark II, III, IV and V with the rounded “bird’s head” grips. Springfield altered thousands of obsolete, but nearly new trapdoors into fencing muskets in the early 1900s to duplicate the size and weight of the M1903 Springfields. Only one available. No screws. Sling swivel on the butt is a bit closer to the pistol grip than some. Has Letterkenny Army Depot rework marks LEAD on the butt. It comes with a somewhat crude hand rest on the side of the grip to ensure the hand is in the same positin relative to the trigger for every shot, but this is not really that useful. The chamber part is probably rusted in place on the tube which prevents disassembly for actual installation in a Martini, but great for display anyway as an example of the indoor “gallery practice” which was a vital part of military marksmanship training at the turn of the century in many nations. Used-excellent condition. Light AAK overhaul cartouche but no others. If you need a gage for actual use, Brownells sells excallent new production gages for much less, but if you are a compuslive collector, here you go! The Germans took this handy little carbine over, called it the G33/40 and issued it to its mountain troops. Most are original 1 ¼” outside diameter bar stock on the outside, but a few have been turned and a couple have been finished into pressure test barrels. Condition is as shown in the photo. Front and rear sight bases removed. The goal is to see how many green cards the child can keep by the end of the day in the different time slots. 4 MARK I BUTTSTOCK- MINT - Made at Long Branch in Canada, as indicated by the LB logo and the broad arrow in the C Canadian property marking. Two cans available Excellent unused condition. Usually this was accomplished by removing the stock assembly and then destroying the barreled action using a torch or giant shredding machine. Have several and photo shows typical examples. No markings that we could find. - No cracks, 30 inches. 12/1/2020, Antique This one has excellent breechplug, and also a hinge pin (with the tiny stud missing) and the fencing extractor in place. I am sure some Mauser guy can use it, or it may be a great rarity needed for restoration of a valuable gun, or a bit of firewood for the winter. The barrels were cut to 24 inches, with two holes on the right side for the screws to attach the fencing bayonets with their leather covered spring steel blades. $12.00 (View Picture), 16478 U.S. M60 Machine Gun Blank Firing Attachment M13A1 - Used VG Every Vietnam collection needs one of these, I hope. No markings, which is typical. 3498C- Smith & Wesson “Victory Model” walnut grips- GRADE II, with grip screw and escutcheons. Overall good with patina and some light surface rust which should clean up. Trying to make sight words exciting and memorable while teaching virtually is a challenge! (John also used a palm rest made with a WW2 German “Handgranate 342(d).” If it works, it ain’t a stupid idea, as they say.) ONE BRUSH for $12.00 (View Picture), 22748 U.S. MILITARY SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD - Post WW2 ear, made from a solid dowel about 36" long with slot for patch in one end and drawing number 6301446 stamped/branded on other end. You can easily modify this for use on a real or replica M1903A4 sniper rifle, if you like. We have divided this catalog into several sections: (Broomhandle). Selling in a bag of 30 U.S. G.I. Used fine to excellent, 37 inches long. $279.00 (View Picture), 13547 - WW2 MILITARY WINCHESTER MODEL 12 RIOT GUN BARREL PROJECT WITH BARREL EXTENSION - What you see is what you get. Complete, excellent although in need of a good cleaning. Fits Large frame 6-8 inch revolvers like the Ruger Redhawk or the S&W mod 629. Graceful carved wooden neck and head is made in two pieces with the joint opening slightly from age. Every Garand collector needs one of these for their collection, or for use, as the length is "just right." If only a few chambers will be cut, a Finish Reamer is all you need. 4 rifles (Mark I, Mark 1/2, Mark 2). The grips show some signs of wear, but are in excellent condition. The vinyl is nice and flexible and the snap in good condition. Appears to be unused but has a couple tiny scratches in the finish as if someone slipped it in once to check fit, but no evidence of turning of the elevation or windage adjustment screws. Used excellent. Drop-Free type. It is missing from many of the scope sets out there, so unless you want to use duct tape, you really need this. This has been skillfully replaced and would probably not be noticed if we did not tell you. $20.00 (View Picture), 21524 M1 GARAND M3A1 COMBINATION TOOL REPLACEMENT WIRE BRUSH - New old stock, fresh from a WW2 vintage cellophane packed wrapper. 4 Rifle) Mark 5" these were adopted in 1952 along with a Mark 4 version which differed only in the details of the sight divisions. I think it is for a Crosman rifle, but not sure. One has a circle P on the grip, but no other cartouches visible. USMC-SNIPER Scope instructions: Take you pick on Makers, Eddystone $65, Remington $75 Winchester. This is from a display John did showing U.S. small arms in many different stages of the production process. $25.00 (View Picture), 22533 BRITISH NO 1 MARK III SMLE REAR HANDGUARD- MINT - What you see is what you get. No cash value. My guess is that the date is probably mid 1870s when the fourth model molds were first introduced, as the earlier 3rd models were only marked with the caliber, but not the Winchester name. A good one to put on a shooter or for a reenactor so you won't mess up a high grade collector stock. Great for actual use too, not just parked in a display. There are five basic models of Winchester bullet molds. Great to go with any muzzle loader from Colonial times up to about 1850 when manufactured flasks pretty much replaced them. $15.00 (View Picture), SMA2630 Rifle Sling - Brown Padded Leather With Deer Scene - Brown thickly padded leather sling with mountain scene design. Perfect for the Carbine collector who has to have one of everything and is not picky about condition. Although these look sort of like a shoe polish tin, these are stamped brass, not steel, so don’t fall for fakes. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. Here is just what you need, and simply drive out the pin that attaches the brush collar to the tool and then put it back in after swapping out the old brush for a new one. Drop-Free type. $35.00 (View Picture), 21659 .50 BMG BARREL CARRYING HANDLE - What you see is what you get. The coarse checkering gave much better retention on the shoulder when firing and were used on Match rifles, and also the USMC M1941 Sniper version of the M1903 Springfield fitted with the 8X Unertl scope. Tired of constantly cleaning up messes in your classroom? Wood finish is just the military linseed oil, mellowed with age. Apparently repainting wood ammo boxes is not frowned on nearly as much as refinishing guns, so you can paint it OD or leave it alone. $75.00 (View Picture), **NEW ADDITION** 16582 M1903 SPRINGFIELD BARRELS- TREASURES AND TRASH - All are for the M1903 Springfield, using the rear sight on the barrel sleeve, not the M1903A3 which had the sight on the receiver. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Made by Lee. Sticking in garden mulch or where downspouts drain will work. (View Picture) Shipping is only $3.00 on this- One magazine for $35.00 (View Picture), 23272 U.S MILITARY 9MM BERETTA M9 PISTOL HIGH CAPACITY MAGAZINE - Used excellent plus with 98% original dark gray perkerized finish remaining. A tiny bit of adjustment to the glass bedding might be needed to drop another action in place, but that is not hard to do. Contact us by email and we will check the list to see if your model is listed as one that this was made for. $25.00 (View Picture), 18327 M1 GARAND ACCESSORY POUCH D39347 (LOT OF TWO DIFFERENT) - These were issued with the very early Gas Trap Garands when there was no trap in the butt for storage of cleaning gear, but continued as standard issue for much of WW2 even though unnecessary. The stocks were later sold off as surplus. Original US Military issue, used VG-fine condition. One end holds oil and cap has dipstick to apply it. $125.00 (View Picture), 7453 EARLY M1 GARAND CLEANING KIT - Early M1 Garand rifles were made with a solid buttplate, and no provisions for cleaning equipment in a butt trap. Even with three sections, the rods were too short to reach all the way through the rifle barrel and apparently troops were expected to pool their sections to make a longer rod or else clean from both ends. The lot of 3 for $75.00 (View Picture), 19964 M1 GARAND WALNUT BUTTSTOCKS- LOT OF 2- - What you see is what you get. Rooms To Go's outdoor furniture selections is another top request from customers. Arms Collectors This includes the Full and Improved Cylinder tubes along with the special wrench needed to remove or install the tubes. Mint unissued. (The riot guns and training types used the “sporting style” plug without the stud, with two short screws holding the cap to the tube, and a long sliding pin which could be pushed out to turn the tube for “takedown” disassembly. $20.00 (View Picture, 19317 -M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- UNISSUED - New old stock that has been in storage for 65 years. Our essay writing service is an example cheap equals good. These were carried in the butt trap for cleaning in the field. It was glass bedded for a Winchester Model 52D action, and the bedding can be removed with a Dremel tool and just about any type rifle can be installed with new glass bedding. Bore is VG-fine, pretty much sharp and bright. over $39, or flat $5 shipping, you choose. $35.00 (View Picture), 680 U.S. M1855 Tumbler punch (Dorsey p. 254 top) - Correct way to separate hammer from tumbler on muskets and trapdoors, and to remove bandsprings. When the Nazis were given the western end of Czechoslovakia in the fall of 1938 the received the huge Skoda arms works which had made rifle for the Czech army, including a short barreled carbine called the Cz 33 carbine. Missing one hex locking nut on the rear adjusting studs. Later they switched to a heavier solid tip that looks like the letter D. This is an okay late WW2 through Vietnam era sling with the OD webbing and “D” tips. $95.00 (View Picture), 14315A- SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1903 NRA SPORTER RIFLE STOCK- SCARCE! This is an original box for 10 front rings for the M1903A4: $125.00 (View Picture), 14830 COLT WOODSMAN MAGAZINE FOR 2nd or 3rd MODEL .22 CAL PISTOLS (circa 1955-1965) - This is a genuine Colt made magazine, not aftermarket, and was made for the early Third Model, but included the notch on the right side for the pushbutton type magazine release which was used on the Second Model, making it backwards compatible and can be used with either 2nd or 3rd model guns, even though it is technically correct only for the 3rd model. Cheap, simple and light weight. Comes with old hand carved wooden pet. They were purchased and installed in regular issue M1903 rifles which were the bulk of the Marine inventory during most of WW2. M1910 belt hook on back. Trigger guard is adapted from M1 Garand. This is Normal length pull. $35.00 (View Picture), 22254 TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 COMBINATION TOOL - Issued with all the .45-70 trapdoors, initially carried in the bulge at one end of the McKeever cartridge box and later in the butt trap of the M1888 rod bayonet rifles. This has four holes (about 1/16” diameter drilled on the left side of the forend for some unknown purpose. About 95-97% blue finish remains. It consists of an aluminum handle permanently attached with a swivel to a rod section, one extension section of rod and a slotted tip. $185.00 (View Picture), 7906D- M1916 HOLSTER FOR M1911 .45 AUTO- SEARS -42- WITH PISTOL BELT AND MAGAZINE POUCH! And, if you shoot well enough, people won’t laugh at your eccentric tastes in armaments and accessories. 22119C- A cut little horn about 7.5” long, heated and pressed to be a more oval shape and scraped thin to be translucent to see how much powder remains. Extremely hard to find, especially in this great condition. Glass bedding should be cleaned up just a bit and a new skip coat of bedding added to fit your rifle. They were also made at various times in Long, Normal, Short and Bantam (super short). Used, with assorted rips, torn spots and possibly missing pieces (usually from the last page which is exposed when rolled up for storage. Carbines reportedly only had two sections issued, even though the stocks were drilled with the same three holes as on the rifle stocks. Most of the parts that are found on Model 1917 rifles have a maker mark, "W" for Winchester, "R" for Remington or "E" for Eddystone. They were later replaced by sturdier designs although similar in shape and general design. Our online teacher supply store has everything you need to make sure all your supplies have a dedicated storage space. $35.00 (View Picture), 19188 ENFIELD NO. Later 3rd model magazines omitted the notch for the catch, since the Third Model magazine catch was on the base of the grip. A bit more expensive, quite a bit actually, but so is everything else. The flap has a small hole in one corner. Oiler retains about all of its dark gray parkerize finish and is marked IS on the base. Great for restoration of a classic old sporting rifle that has a petrified or otherwise worthless pad. $115.00 (View Picture), 7906F- M1916 HOLSTER FOR M1911 .45 AUTO- ENGER KRESS Overall fine condition with medium tan color. This is the least good of the four we found, with faint markings on the cap. CHEAP TREASURES & JUNQUE - Here are some barrels from our project pile that we just don’t have time to mess with. $50.00 (View Picture), SMA2510 Magazine for the Browning High Power Pistol - This is a modern production magazine in very good condition with 95+ percent finish and some slight wear on the high spots. Great for actual use too, not just parked in a display. The rifle kit is for .30 caliber rifles, and is also complete, but it has a few scratches on the cover of the tin box. $5.00 (View Picture), SMA1550 - Grips - Slip On Pachmayr For Small Frame Glock Pistols. PISTOL SWIVEL RAMROD ASSEMBLY - A good reproduction to replace the ramrod assembly often missing from Model 1836 or 1842 pistols. 1- 34 5/8” long cleaning rod with diameter just under ¼” for most of the length, not threaded. Unissued, light gray parkerized finish. This is one that Bubba removed to make a Bambi blaster, but thankfully did not chop into bits for firewood. This one is probably a 20th century creation for a modern black powder shooter. not some modern repro. Black plastic, excellent condition. Hiarline crack in the wood between the magazine well and the trigger slot but these seldome seem to spread. (View Picture), 14459 M1903 Trigger and sear assembly (early type with pointed tip) - What you see is what you get. Hard to find these loose. It is less bulky, and somewhat lighter than the other stock (Anchutz style), and the forend is more the Winchester “Marksman” beavertail style than the bulky Anschutz. Aluminum handle is egg or football shaped (with small reinforceding bulge near center) and solide rod, not three sections with screw joints. See this page to find a store that sells nightfood products. Holster is a pleasing dark brown color and is in very good to excellent condition. Both steel and brass tips were used, and they are shorter than the tips used with the M10 tool for the M1 Garand. Kahles - Wein H/26 2X - 6X Rifle Scope. Military Surplus ammo SOLD AS IS, no returns. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. New old stock, fresh from a sealed crate. 1918 maker and date markings. Handsome supple dark brown colored leather with very little or no cracking. The cord would then be cut into two separate thongs. $375.00 (View Picture). $2.00 each, or 3 for $5.00 or 20 for $25.00 postage included. Pleasing light tan colored leather, not died or oil soaked like many of these holsters are. $125.00 (View Picture) Really Good Stuff Coupon Codes, Promo Codes December 2020. Bedding blocks in place in the forend but no recoil pad or other metal parts. Managing Student Behavior in a Distance-Learning/Virtual Classroom Like all student behavior management systems, there is no one-size-fits-all approach, especially with distance learning and virtual teaching. - Excellent condition marked ``P.38`` on the side and marked on the back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector`s mark on P-38 Magazines produced at Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia, eagle over ``706``, and with the German ordinance code for Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia (P-38 Magazines) ``jvd``. Some scant stocks had a notch added for the bolt handle for use on M1903A4 Sniper Rifles. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and no scuffs or scrapes. $135.00 (View Picture), 19316 /M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- UNISSUED - New old stock that has been in storage for 65 years. Neat item for any collector of modern U.S. martial arms. Tough to find these any more. $45.00 (View Picture), 3689 High Standard Model B .22 Pistol Magazine - 10 shot. Great for building a dummy gun for a restoration project, or if you need a tent peg, of flotation device for your neighbor’s cat swimming lessons or something. The fragile plastic trigger guard is intact and both the red and green safety buttons are in place, and it comes complete with installed buttplate and floorplate. UNERTL SCOPE INSTRUCTIONS. - Condition as shown in the photos, and nice to add to a display of Winchester (or other brand) guns in this caliber. Lot of three as shown in the photo. We are especially proud of the fact that according to the site statistics, more than 80 % of the first time clients, make the … This needs the floorplate catch, in and spring to be complete, but they are same as for M1903. Or take all three for $185.00 (View Picture), **SOLD** SMA2586 Reproduction Grips for the T-14 Nambu Pistol. Very high quality reproduction, exact copy. Circa 1908, similar devices usually called “Aiming Tubes” replaced Morris tube, and used conventional .22 rimfire cartridges. The Model 725 was a deluxe version with a larger, Model-30 style safety and Monte Carlo stock. Our low web prices are only available when you make your purchases online. Consult a reloading guide to see what these are good for, but our guess is that this is a good choice for the M1 Carbine $22.00 (View Picture), 14789 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD .38-255 - The “fifth model” Winchester mold is most familiar to collectors. Like a lot of rolling blocks, this has a small wedge of wood broken off the rear corners, but easily repaired with a bit of scrap walnut and some expoxy. This is a used stock which has had an old coat of varnish stripped. If you see something you need, get it now. These plugs are secured by a single long screw. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. These high-grade scopes were made with nitrogen filled tubes and a choice of reticules, alloy or steel tubes and coated lens. 3363 M1903A4/M1C Sniper Rifle Scope Case - OD canvas case M65 with snap on the flap. 20634B2- Fencing Musket barreled receiver serial 114486. Not quite minty, but pretty nice. ); one trigger guard assy and lower tang, and one bolt. $5.00 (View Picture), 23264 Unknown pistol box- wood grain - Probably for one of the lesser known brands of Single Action revolvers. No cracks, repairs or major dings. Put your band on the stock and rest it with the nail in the band’s screw hole and then drill down through the hole on the other side of the band. $35.00 (View Picture), SMA1667 - Holster Shoulder Uncle Mike #5 Fits large frame auto pistols. in box on left side of stock. Price is for a lot of THREE of the sight bases as shown in the photo. $45.00 (View Picture), 22180 7.62 x 39mm Stripper clips- lot of 32- mint, unissued - What you see is what you get. Has not been refinished, finished bright other species they used during.. 19316 /M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- unissued - new, all in similar condition with a underneath... 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