1903 Stock question

M1903, M1903A3 and M1917.
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1903 Stock question

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Have a stock with O.S.S.A marked stock, I know S.S.A is
San Antonio Arsenal but what does the O stand for.

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Is it a high or low number receiver?? Looks like an o3A3 STOCK. Might it be a foreign return ?? Could the O be a C ??Looks to be in great shape

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Its a stock I bought at the gun show for $70 put it on my Springfield high serial # rifle. I was banging up the really nice fingure groove stock too much when I went shooting so I put this stock on it. It could be a C guy had 5 stocks for 70 bucks a peice

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Cool now I know its a C Thanks

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