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    03a3

    Bought this at a farm auction a few months ago. It appears to have the original sling also. Minor chip in stock but overall nice shape. May send some more photos.

    #2
    Great score Sir, it looks to be in really sweet condition.
    m14brian

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      #3
      Nice.
      Even the sling looks pretty good.

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            #6
            Nice rifle and good job on the repair. Using a Springfield out in the woods, I prefer the straight grip stock. It's easier for just walking around ready for a sudden snap shot on a charging moose or bear.
            The thief may possess something he stole, but he does not own it.
            The owner has a right to take his property back from the thief.

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              #7
              I personally would have picked a darker chunk of walnut more in the core of the wood rather than sap area wood, but that's me. At any rate, you did a good staining job to blend it in and fitting it to the space. The whole idea is to not draw your eye to the area. Good work!

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