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Re: History of firearm

Posted by Fred on Thursday, 17 March 2011, at 1:04 p.m., in response to Re: History of firearm, posted by tyler on Wednesday, 16 March 2011, at 9:09 a.m.

Tyler, I haven't the Springfield Research Service books with the serial numbers of known weapons listed in reports concerning those weapons, but others here do. I want to offer a suggestion concerning finding out if any information on your rifle is available through this site. The good people here are not paid or obligated to offer such services. They do so on their own voluntarily when asked politely and for compensation, ask only to be thanked for sharing their kind and helpful service. They are not short order fast food service workers (who also deserve to be treated with respect) who are used to having an order given to them over a speaker. These men have written the books and done the research on the subject of Trapdoor Sprinfields. Having access to their vast knowledge on the subject is a privilege and a Very lucky thing for any of us. Knowing them on a personal level is an Honor. If you would like to re-phrase your questions again in a friendly and more respectful manner, I'll bet you'll get all the information on your rifle that's available. This really is the best place to've come to for information.


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