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    Remington Hepburn No. 3 Sporting and Target Rifle #6703. 30" octagon barrel, 13/16" across the flats, with caliber listed on the underside of the barrel as 32.2 1/8. All metal generally smooth and gray, very sharp, with traces of finish on hammer and frame and a few tiny patches of very very light pitting, minor. Excellent markings, crisp action, fine bore. The first 1/4" at the muzzle is bored smooth acting as a de facto false muzzle. Wood excellent with very nice smooth dark patina. Crisp checkering with just a couple of old dents around the forestock screw. The rear sight is missing the elevator and the tang is drilled to accept a sight, possibly factory although no notation of extra sights under the forestock. A very nice totally untouched Remington Hepburn.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2011
    25th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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