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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by wlee, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. wlee

    wlee Shoreline, WA New Member

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    Hey guys, Im back up in Washington for work that should last until the end of July. Brought up all my guns to go shooting with my buddies and then realized that 1. I have a 1917 I never shoot(have two of them) 2. There are rifles up here I would want to add to my collection.

    What I have here is a Remington M1917 manufactured in January of 1918. Its serial number is 94,0XX. It has a Eddystone stock that was refinished by a previous owner and it came out well. The bolt is also Eddystone. All other parts are Remington and the rifle is in original configuration and chambered in 30-06, No sporterization. The barrel is shiny and rifling is strong, it does have some wear marks on the receiver from storage and moving. I shot 6 rounds out of it and put it in my safe, I dont have any pictures of the range results but from a kneeling stance I was ringing a 1ft square steel plate at about 300yds.

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    wlee Shoreline, WA New Member

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