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I have a Springfield 1903, I bought the gun in 1960 and it had only been test shot. I have only shot it 3 times since I purchased it. I am wondering what it is worth, and any other information on it..
 

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Not much....wanna sell it?

PS - they won't talk to you until you have around 30 posts.
 

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yes, that is why I originally asked about it! I am waiting for a book that has the serial number matching diagrams so I can prove my previous statements.. but I am deffinatly trying to sell it
 

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Many experts claim that there is no such thing as a 1903 that hasn't been through rebuild, outside of the notorious batch of "Red Star" Remington lend lease rifles that missed service. A very detailed inspection of every square inch of the rifle would have to be done to validate it and then it should have a pretty nice price tag:)
A lot of parts styles and details, marking combinations and sub inspector marks would have to be checked.
 

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