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Old October 09, 2019, 21:42   #11
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Originally Posted by hagar View Post
You have an earlier round cocking piece,

The sight has a spring, a plunger thingy and the sight goes on top. Easy to replace if you have the parts.

Keep cleaning!
Interesting, does the "S" on the L side indicate Savage made in 1942? Gosh, I wonder if this could have been an unmarked T at one time? (Or still is?)
I guess the proper rear sight might be the milled micrometer, with the battle peep ground off for scope clearance?
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