1909 Argentine Mauser. It now sports a Douglas Premium barrel in 243 Win. & Burris Tactical FFII 4.5-14x42AO.
These impacts on the mild steel plates was with Hornady 58 gr VMax/Varget powder at 200 yards.
Hiding in back is a Springfield 1903 SA (mfg 1920) rebarreled in 30-06. A SUPERB hunting rifle. (more data below)
Below other rifles are:
front-1903 SA (1910), 1903 Rem (1942), 1903A3 SA (1943), 1903A3 SC (1943) Chrome ROTC presentation rifle (fully functional- not a drill rifle)
I'm missing a 1903 with Peterson Cut
I took off the Weaver mounts and installed a Leupold one piece base and same Leupold VX-II, 2-7x32.
I also have an old but perfect Lyman All American 4X target dot like this rifle may have worn post WWII.
Some day I may install a 1903A4 barrel and A4 stock to make a "wana-be 03A4." But I don't like the original
scopes used before 1950.
I also have a Mauser K98 sporterized in 30-06 but no pictures handy. It is my loaner rifle if I take
someone hunting. It has a Leupold VXII 1-4X 20 scope. I've only shot steel or peper with it-
a few friends have killed deer and a moose with it. First, everyone says it's not the prettiest rifle
they ever saw, after they shoot it every single person has tried to buy it. It's my ugly duckling- but a real killer.