Manufactured during World War II. Single bead sight on the bayonet lug/4-hole heat shield, with the barrel marked for cylinder choke and a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Flaming bomb proofs are present on top of the barrel and on the left side of the frame next to "U.S.". Ribbed forearm and a smooth pistol grip stock, with "G.H.D./Ordnance cannons" on the left side, "GDM" collection stamp on the belly, sling swivels, checkered buttplate and a 13 5/8 inch length of pull. Includes a tan canvas Nobuckl sling and a Remington marked Model 1917 bayonet with sheath. Provenance: The George Moller Collection
Very fine, with 70% of the original blue finish, showing bright edge wear, areas of brown and gray patina, and scattered spotting and handling marks. The stock is fine, with a small crack in the wrist to the left of the trigger guard, filler applied to the toe, and a number of dents and scuffs. Mechanically excellent.
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