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    Thanks to Snake-eyes for info, he stated "Mossberg 46B is an old 22LR trainer. 15-rounds tub"
    On the barrel: C. F. MOSSBURG & SONS, INC NEW HAVEN CONN 46B(a) 22 S-L-LR
    Rear iron sight removed, front is intact, I cannot find serial number, has peep sight, appears in good shape, red/green safety is there and works
     

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    This is a Remington: On the barrel: U.S. MODEL OF 1917 REMINGTON. There are some stamps on the receiver from an armory, old school scope ring mounts on the receiver, see photo, no iron sights, Barrel is 21 1/2 inched. thumb hole stock. Very nice condition on the bluing.
     

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    Savage Arms: STEVENS MODEL 940B Chambered in 12 gauge 2 3/4 inch, I know standard shotgun for the day) Single shot breach break action: 29 3/4 inch barrel with overall length 45 1/4. A very nice engraving on the side, see photo.
     

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    This last one has stamped on the barrel that is difficult to read. Gun is a bolt action mag feed, loaded from the breach The following is best I can read: On the barrel: WESTERN MODEL 30C. Cannot find any other markings on the entire gun, did not take apart. No gauge/caliber markings. 12 gauge fits the chamber, did not fire the gun.
     

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    If anybody has any info it would be appreciated. I will be at the Escambia County Fair Grounds on Saturday. If anyone wants to see any of these weapons, I will bring them with me. Just need to know what ones you want to see and a approxement time you can be there. Again, thank for your assistance.
     

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    This is a Remington: On the barrel: U.S. MODEL OF 1917 REMINGTON. There are some stamps on the receiver from an armory, old school scope ring mounts on the receiver, see photo, no iron sights, Barrel is 21 1/2 inched. thumb hole stock. Very nice condition on the bluing.
    A single shot... that sucks. Even though drilled and tapped, this Remington M19l7 is worth mail ordering an original stock set and box mag. Unmolested and in as-issued condition they are $1000-$1500. I've had a few. In it's present condition it's not worth much. Going rate on the last couple of M1917 sporters I've seen was $300(+-). You're looking at $100 if sold to an FFL. You could easily get $600-$900 if your barrel is not cut down, you're able to find original iron sights and you get good original Remington wood and stock hardware
     
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    A single shot... that sucks. Even though drilled and tapped, this Remington M19l7 is worth mail ordering an original stock set and box mag. Unmolested and in as-issued condition they are $1000-$1500. I've had a few. I'm it's present condition it's not worth much. Going rate on the last couple of M1917 sporters I've seen was $300(+-). You'ee looking at $100 if sold to an FFL. You could easily get $600-$900 if your barrel is not cut down, you're able to find original iron sights and you get good original Remington wood and stock hardware
    Oh by the way, I'd be real interested to see if there's a "W" on that bolt anywhere. The Winchester M1917 bolts were the only ones of the three M1917 manufacturers to have nickel steel in the bolts too, not just the receivers. As such they were highly sought after for custom magnum caliber builds. Get the chamber slugged by a gunsmith. Don't assume it's still 30-06. A Winchester M1917 bolt is worth more than that whole rifle
     

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    This last one has stamped on the barrel that is difficult to read. Gun is a bolt action mag feed, loaded from the breach The following is best I can read: On the barrel: WESTERN MODEL 30C. Cannot find any other markings on the entire gun, did not take apart. No gauge/caliber markings. 12 gauge fits the chamber, did not fire the gun.
    Just a wonderful story of that little Kessler model30C

     

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