Springfield Armory US Model 1903, caliber .30-06. This
rifle likely went through an arsenal rebuild during WW2, as the barrel is High
Standard, dated October 1944, and other marked metal parts are Remington. Parts
are shown in photos and described below. The condition of the barrel and other
metal parts indicate the gun has seen very little use since the rebuild. No pitting anywhere. No
import marks. This M1903 has a beautiful new walnut stock.
The rifle has been disassembled, cleaned, lubricated, and
test fired. Parts were clean for photos, coated with oil and greased where
appropriate when reassembled.
Receiver: marked U.S. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1903 and
Barrel: High Standard, marked H S 10 44 with flaming bomb,
proof mark P underneath barrel and crossed cannons on the right side. Bore is
very nice with sharp riflings. Muzzle Erosion: ½, Throat Erosion: 1
Bayonet Lug: Springfield, marked H on bottom
Bolt: Remington, marked R and with a flaming bomb.
Magazine Cutoff: Remington, marked R, ON and OFF serif
Safety: Remington, FIRE SAFE block letters, marked R
Trigger: smooth, unmarked
Middle Band: Remington, marked R on right side
Front Sight: M1903 type, unmarked
Rear Sight: Elevator, 2700 yards.
Stock: New commerical walnut, finger groove, CMP cartouche
on left side, dated 2009 inside. No handling marks, scratches
or dings. Used web sling in excellent condition.