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  1. It's a Remington, Winchester did not make 1903's. And agree the receiver has been tapped for scope mount and filled in. Should be a good shooter though.
  2. Markings look good to me and the number under it is probably the soldiers company number (roster), looks like it is ID'd faintly with ASN also?
  3. I'm going to agree with Bob on these, the 44th looks Korean made to me..George
  4. I think the markings are for Company L 32nd Infantry, the number 16 is probably his company roster number, used before serial numbers were assigned at the start of our involvement in WWI.
  5. I'm not aware of any such data base being available, but the serial number can be traced to certain blocks which were assigned to various units. Not sure that all can be so traced or narrowed down but believe that information was discussed once at least on this forum.
  6. Yes it is associated with armor units, insignia is French I believe and was adopted by US units.
  7. Never seen one in color but no question it is a MG badge, so I guess I'm seconding the above motion...George
  8. I agree all three look original to the period.
  9. Just to prove that just went over this again, lot of information to sink into an old head....
  10. Not a patch King, looks OK to me.
  11. Watched that one and sorry for the winner, I've never seen or heard of this embroidered in twill variation of this super tough patch, it looked tempting though...George
  12. Ronnie live in Keokuk Iowa on the Missouri border and home is above Lock & dam 19. Most of these guys won't know what we're talking about when give a lock & dam a number...
  13. Looked at this one also, I'm just not sure, it looks awfully tempting, but could be a very costly error. I'm not bidding on it but plan on watching, just not sure...George
  14. Really like the rifle and surprised we've got a set of patio chairs to match yours, very comfortable to sit and watch the Mississippi roll by..George
  15. If I was working a post, I'd hit the gravel motor pool areas, you couldn't keep a brick in your fatigue pocket let alone coins.
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