Thread: Identify a 1903
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Old September 26, 2012, 02:16 AM   #5
10-96
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The only holdback I would see on a deal like that, is if you can pull that front mount off and see anything about "National Ordnance". I also have seen a few bad posts about "Golden State Arms" stamped 1903's, but I don't know of anyone having a firsthand experience with them. I have a Golden State 98 Mauser- marked "Santa Fe 1946" so some such. It's been an absolutely fantastic rifle over the years.

Does anyone know what serial number range National Ordnance used?
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