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A quick search of Ebay for anything related to sniper rifles—telescopic sights, mounts, manuals, cases, etc.—illustrates the collecting "frenzy" for sniper rifles, both old and new.Weaver telescopic sights used on the World War II-era Model 1903A4 Sniper Rifles sell for 0 to

A quick search of Ebay for anything related to sniper rifles—telescopic sights, mounts, manuals, cases, etc.—illustrates the collecting "frenzy" for sniper rifles, both old and new.Weaver telescopic sights used on the World War II-era Model 1903A4 Sniper Rifles sell for $900 to $1,500 dollars, only most of those offered for sale are fakes or are misrepresented commercial sights.Colt, Springfield Armory, Remington Arms-UMC, Singer, Ithaca , Remington Rand and Union Switch & Signal.All Colt model and variation parts are also described where they differ from the .45 ACP part.Accoutrements and accessories are thoroughly explored and photographed including all belts, magazine pockets, and holsters . Our technical adviser, Karl Karash, has produced a portfolio of over 5,000 color photographs of Model 1911/1911A1 pistols, both military and commercial (see examples below).

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A quick search of Ebay for anything related to sniper rifles—telescopic sights, mounts, manuals, cases, etc.—illustrates the collecting "frenzy" for sniper rifles, both old and new.

Weaver telescopic sights used on the World War II-era Model 1903A4 Sniper Rifles sell for $900 to $1,500 dollars, only most of those offered for sale are fakes or are misrepresented commercial sights.

,500 dollars, only most of those offered for sale are fakes or are misrepresented commercial sights.Colt, Springfield Armory, Remington Arms-UMC, Singer, Ithaca , Remington Rand and Union Switch & Signal.All Colt model and variation parts are also described where they differ from the .45 ACP part.Accoutrements and accessories are thoroughly explored and photographed including all belts, magazine pockets, and holsters . Our technical adviser, Karl Karash, has produced a portfolio of over 5,000 color photographs of Model 1911/1911A1 pistols, both military and commercial (see examples below).

Collecting the American Sniper Rifle, 1900 to 1945 provides accurate information that will allow the collector to determine whether or not a particular rifle or telescopic part—or other accessory—is correct. The books also contains a history of the development of each particular sniper rifle and telescopic sight.

All military and commercial markings are listed by date or serial number range of use.

Serial numbers are listed in twenty-six individual tables both by military and the individual commercial models, and by other manufacturers.

But the have also been reproduced by numerous gunsmiths and small companies for the past twenty or so years.

Most of the shipping boxes made it plain that these were not the real thing, but once the box is lost, or the rifle on a table at a gun show, or listed on a gun auction site, how do you tell a reproduction from the original?

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