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    Canadian Ross Rifle Company Model 1905 Mark II Bolt Action Rifle. NVSN (stock numbered 12781), .303 caliber, 27 1/2-inch barrel with standard military sights. Military finish. Harris controlled internal platform magazine. Walnut stock with pistol grip, two small hand guards, single barrel band and bayonet lug on the nose cap. Stock stamped with both Canadian and U.S. military proof marks as consistent with rifles used for training purposes in the U.S.
    Condition: Fair. Most of the original finish lacking; all metal surfaces with light surface rust and pin-prick pitting. Rear sight spring leaf broken. Receiver tapped and drilled for a scope. Stock with scratches and bruises. Bright bore. Very good action. From the Michael Yeck Collection.


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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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