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The only way to identify it is from the action alone. Stocks and barrels are changed and scopes are irrelevant. If it has no other identifying marks on the action (receiver) other than the serial number, you will have to take it to a gunsmith and rely on his experience. If it has been plated up to a single shot, then it is quite possible that it is an ex-military rifle that has been converted. That leaves a very large range to choose from..
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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