EARLY EXPERIMENTAL U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1903 BUTTPLATE
New Old Stock Condition
FFL is not required
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8/4/2017 5:23 PM
Item 671903827
Location Middletown, NJ 07748
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Seller ships internationally
Payment USPS Money Order, See Item Description
Checkout Yes
Sales Tax
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Inspection/ Return Policy
AS IS - No refund or exchange

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

THIS IS WHAT I BELIEVE TO BE AN EARLY EXPERIMENTAL SPRINGFIELD 1903 RIFLE BUTT PLATE WITHOUT THE TRAP DOOR OR COULD BE USED ON THE SPRINGFIELD 1903 A3, M-22, M-1 .22 CALIBER RIFLES.........IT IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION ....THIS ALSO MIGHT HAVE BEEN USED ON THE EARLY DRILL DUMMY RIFLES..........>>>>>>>>>>CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTIONS>>>>>>>>................. CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTIONS............ EMAIL ME FOR MORE IN FOCUS PHOTOS................. CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS............... SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY SHIPPED ONE WAY ONLY. NO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS .......... ITEMS SOLD AS-IS NO RETURNS. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING AND INSURANCE BY U.S.POST OFFICE MONEY ORDER ONLY!!!! NO OTHER PAYMENT ACCEPTED!!!! PAYMENT MUST BE MADE WITH IN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION END OR NEGATIVE FEEDBACK WILL BE LEFT UNLESS OTHER ARRAIGNMENTS ARE MADE. YOU MUST CONTACT SELLER WITH YOUR ADDRESS WITH IN THREE DAYS OF AUCTION END. ANY QUESTIONS EMAIL ME. I WILL EMAIL TOTAL WITH IN 24 HOURS
[Information added 4/18/2011 8:26:04 AM]
it appears that you have a stamped b/p these were made for the erzats that appeared on the market after ww1 while not many around i dont think it is a us armory part
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