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    Default S/42K - pic heavy.

    Here is a decent S/42K for reference. One note - notice the band retaining spring in the next set of images has no serial - correct for MO up through 1938.
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    Default S/24k

    Additional images.
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    Beautiful rifle Bruce. Thanks for sharing it.


    What markings are on both the butt plate and bayonet mount ?

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    Default S/422k

    Bruce:
    What a beauty!! I have dreams (fantasies actually) about finding
    a "K" date that nice.
    Tks,
    Bob

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    I'll trade you my G date retroverted RC for it Bruce.

    I know you are tempted

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    hey bruce. just for reference. a peice in this shape, how much?
    how many survivors?
    thanks man. ill get that book back sometime! (signature comment)
    Sol

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    Wow, Kdate. We are seeing some great stuff on this site lately. It is the greatest gun show and it is right on your computer.

    I didn't know that about the SN on the band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruce98k View Post
    . One note - notice the band retaining spring in the next set of images has no serial - correct for MO up through 1938.
    I didn't think this could be but I noticed a bunch of e/63 marked springs.

    Thanks for that tidbit...


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    Default Bandspring

    Yep I picked up a 37 dated S/42 with MM bandspring and luckily I had a correct "un-numbered" E/63
    spare to drop in and make correct. Thats a small + for MO having an easily lost part not numbered.
    Damn just wish the bolts were like that - would be much easier.

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