A Semi Auto Bolt action Springfield 1903

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  • bauerr3

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    The process of how each individual piece came about is such a simple process, fixing one issue caused another, then another...yet incredible considering how nice this piece of improvising looks taking place in 1906... Amazing.
     
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    j4jenk

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    The process of how each individual piece came about is such a simple process, fixing one issue caused another, then another...yet incredible considering how nice this piece of improvising looks taking place in 1906... Amazing.

    I wonder how many people got hurt before they put all of those safety devices on there? I have this mental picture of a dude with bandages wrapped around his head welding in a rail.
     

    indy1919a4

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    Inventors, amazing us for years.

    To be fair these guys were good but still they held them selves back*** Now if you want to see balls to the wall Inventing you have to go down under to New Zealand.
    Those rascals were not happy till they invented a fully Automatic Rifle out of a bolt action Rifle

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    ModernGunner

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    Hey guys, I just went to the range with my new Springfield 1903 semi-auto conversion! Wanna try it out?

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    :lmfao:
     

    Excalibur

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    They did a conversion back in I think the 20 it was called a Peterson device take a look at that .

    Reportedly, all the examples were destroyed for parts. It's a semi auto pistol caliber conversion for the Springfield. Fires from stick mags.
     
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