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Old May 21st, 2017, 09:57 AM #1
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Co-worker needs help ID'ing Rifle

Eric says this belonged to his father, a WWII navy vet.
I couldn't find a manufacturer's name or a date on it, but didn't try and remove the stock. Could only get the bolt carrier to close.

The muzzle looked almost like the size of a .22 but the chamber looked closer in size to a centerfire caliber? There was no daylight looking down the bore, so it's either heavily corroded or was non-firing used for training purposes.

I don't have much depth of knowledge with regards to C&R, so he now knows it appears to be a rusty old rifle from my 2 cents.

Here are some pics
https://goo.gl/photos/ZWUmD95s6AbKSyqEA
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