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 LOT 417
Outstanding World War II U.S. Winchester M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine - Serial no. 5656931, 30 Carbine cal., 18 inch round bbl., parkerized/blue finish, walnut stock. Manufactured in 1944. Features a winged blade front and “S” marked two position flip- up rear sights, undated Winchester “W” marked barrel, Type II barrel band, “W” marked milled trigger housing, push button safety, “M” and “W” marked magazine catch, “W” marked hammer, “W” marked operating rod, “W” marked blued round bolt and “IA” marked magazine. Fitted with “W,”“W.R.A./G.H.D,” and crossed cannons cartouche marked low wood stock and “W” marked deep groove two-rivet handguard. With green web sling, metal oiler, and black rubber magazine cover. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 98% plus original parkerized finish with a few light scratches on the barrel, light loss in the operating rod track, and crisp markings in the metal overall. The bolt retains 95% plus original blue finish. The stock is also excellent, with attractive original raised grain and rich oil finish, some light handling marks, nicks concentrated to the right side, defined edges, and crisp stampings. Mechanically excellent. One will look a long time to find a comparable example! Estimate: 3,500 - 5,500
LOT 418
Excellent World War II U.S. Remington Model 11 Semi- Automatic Riot Shotgun - Serial no. 489971, 12 gauge, 20 inch round bbl., blue finish, walnut stock. Manufactured in 1943, this Remington Model 11 Riot Shotgun features a single bead sight, 2 3/4 inch
chamber, cylinder choke, and “U.S./flaming bomb” proofs on the barrel and receiver. The receiver is correctly marked “MILITARY FINISH” on the left side with all other markings being standard. Fitted with a smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with “crossed cannons” and “FJA” (Frank J. Atwood) inspection
cartouche marked on the left of the buttstock and Remington Bakelite serrated buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches. CONDITION: Excellent plus, retains 99% original blue finish, with a minor dent on the top face of the muzzle and otherwise minimal handling evidence. The stock is also excellent, with one small patch of light dings present on the front of the comb and distinct cartouche and edges overall. Mechanically excellent. Estimate: 3,500 - 5,500
LOT 419 Exceptional World War II U.S. Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle - Serial no. 747304, 30-06 Springfield cal., 24 inch round bbl., parkerized finish, walnut stock. Manufactured in July 1942, mere months after the United State’s entry into World War II. Features a winged blade front with screw cap and type 1 “lock-bar” rear sight assembly. With a narrow-base gas cylinder and single-slot plug. The barrel is marked “S-A-7-42” on the right
of the chamber. Includes an unmodified “D35382 3 SA” marked operating rod, short fork follower rod, “11” marked follower, and “D28287-12SA/W9B” bolt. The trigger housing is marked
“D28290-7-SA,” with a “C46008-3 SA” hammer, “C46015-9SA” safety, and unmarked milled trigger guard. Fitted with a smooth pistol grip stock bearing a boxed “S.A./E.McF.” (Earl McFarland) inspection cartouche and small crossed cannons ordnance wheel stamped on the left of the wrist, with a circled serif “P” proof on the underside, along with arched profile lower band and single-grove milled rear handguard clip. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 98% original parkerized finish with light handling marks. The very fine stock shows signs of re-oiling and a crisp cartouche. Mechanically excellent. Estimate: 3,000 - 4,500
LOT 420
Exceptional Documented Springfield Armory Model 1903 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle - Serial no. 1277238, 30-06 Springfield cal., 24 inch round bbl., blue finish, walnut stock. One of only 4,495 Springfield Armory Model 1903 “Sporting Rifles” manufactured between 1923-1932. These were hand built by Springfield Armory using new Model 1903 National Match receivers fitted with star-gauged National Match barrels. The receiver rails, bolt assemblies, and triggers were hand polished for smooth operation like the Model 1903 National Match rifles. They were fitted with National Match nickel steel (NS) marked bolts, which were hand lapped and head-spaced. The bolt is correctly etched with the matching serial number. Standard receiver markings, with the barrel marked “SA/ordnance bomb/4-27”and with a star-gauge mark on the muzzle. Fitted with original straight grain American walnut pistol grip sporting stock, which uses a single barrel band and is fitted with a special, heavier “NRA sporter” style cupped steel buttplate. There is an original circled “P” proof inside the curve of the pistol grip. The barrel is fitted with a standard M1903 front sight base and blade, and a receiver mounted Lyman 48C target type micrometer rear sight. The included Springfield Research Service letter, dated October 4, 1986, lists the rifle as sold by Springfield Armory to Warren S. Corning of Winnetka, Illinois, on September 29, 1927. Includes a metal National Match slide-on muzzle cover. An excellent example of a Springfield Armory Model 1903 in the sporting configuration! CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 90% original blue finish with scattered light handling marks and thinning, focused mainly around the muzzle, breech, and buttplate. The excellent stock retains a lustrous oil finish with the original and attractive raised grain. Mechanically excellent. Estimate: 2,500 - 3,750

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