World War II Remington model 1903A3 rifles that have been converted to non-firing drill rifles. The conversion consists of inserting a rod into the chamber, cutting a hole with a torch to the bottom of the barrel and filling it and the rod with weld, welding the barrel to the receiver, welding over the firing pin hole on the bolt, and welding the cut off so that the bolt cannot be removed. The rifle is still considered a firearm and a federal firearms license is needed to purchase [03 curio and relic license ok]. The front sight blade, front band screw, magazine follower and follower spring are not included. These rifles come with a fiberglass stock and a wood handguard.
A FEDERAL FIREARMS LICENSE IS REQUIRED TO PURCHASE THIS RIFLE