Action - Bolt Action
Caliber - .30-06 Sprg.
Barrel Length - 26"
Weight - 9.4 Lbs.
Sights - Fixed Front/Adjustable Rear
The clip-fed, 5-shot, bolt-action Springfield Model 1903 was the primary battle rifle of the U.S. military from its introduction up until 1936 and saw action as recently as Vietnam. The Model 1903 was based on a Mauser design, but differs from other rifles of the time by using a two-piece firing pin. This Remington-labeled rifle was arsenal rebuilt by Springfield Armory during the post-war period and features a nickel steel receiver and adjustable sights. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.